Weekend Pick: Eye on Isotoner Suede Gloves
These gloves give you a good snug fit for keeping the bite of the chilly weather ahead.
They are out of stock online, but don’t believe it when it says not sold in stores because I picked mine up at Target at the Rodeo Road and La Cienega store.
You can’t have an awesome pair of gloves without having a seemingly matching jacket to set off your wintery look. The gloves pave the way for a whole new wintery look. Adding a fuax-shearling coat is a nice touch to creating a warm and stylish look.
This is a really cute, cropped jacket at Garnet Hill. It’s pretty plush brown faux-shearling provides a really nice tailored fit, lapel collar, on-seam pockets and exposed seams. I especially like the long sleeves with optional turn-back cuffs that compliment the jacket. I think the wrap closure with inside button and single tie at the waist finishes the jacket very nicely. This jacket is priced at $188, but looks well worth the money. You can also stop in your local Ross Stores and get something pretty similar starting at around $44.99. If you don’t find any at Ross Stores, you can always go to L.L.Bean where they have them starting at $49.99, they come in three colors, saddle, chocolate and camel. There is free shipping with no minimum to purchase.
Don’t forget your boots. If you’re like me and you like to match from head to toe, you can complete the look with these mid-calf boots from UrbanOG.com.
This transitional ankle boot by Wild Rose will give you that style you’re been seeking for. They have a vintage look with an upper fleece trimmed body. They have the soft-fur lining and a cushioned insole. The Netty13 has a body cuffed with belt buckle straps, a classic almond toe and is finished with an attractive 5 2/3 inch heel and a 1 1/2 inch platform. They offer a full inside zipper, and they come in honey mustard (shown), black, and gray. Order them online for $27.50.
Get ready because it is appearing that soft fur lining is becoming part of a growing trend for this fall/winter season, with an eye on the cold weather we are expecting ahead.