During the Summer we featured guest stylists for both fashion and decor. They were such a hit we wanted to follow up with some styles for the new season. As we delve into these cooler months it's time for some Fall inspired collections. Christa, from Etsy shop, Winsome and Green put together this collection together and it's fabulous.
Follow her style here on Pinterest: @winsomegreen
Her self described style: classic + versatile pieces that are made to last and I gravitate towards muted and natural colors
Fall Stylist: Christa of Winsome and Green
This 100% silk shirt is the collabortive effort of Kajsa Kvernmo and Kate Brook who drafted a local Melbourne, AU artist to create the "Villa Kulla" print exclusively for their brand, APOM (a part of me). Loose fitting but structured, the beauty (and fun) is in the details.
High heeled rouched leather boot made by Anat Dahari of Tel Aviv Yaffo, Israel. Walk springs from Anat's archetectual training "using the simplicity and rawness of distressed leather to guide the design process."
Retro-modern iphone case by Amber of Red Tile Studio out of Dallas, Texas in a keen shade of peach offering a subtle pop of color and charm.
There is beauty in simplicity. Cindy of Kusu hand makes modern organic jewelry out of Washington, DC. Her pieces are the stuff minimalists dreams are made of. This "Spectra" ring is solid silver which the artist has oxidized to achieve a blackened finish.
Handmade Charcoal soap by Ginger and Amanda of lebotanicals from Virginia Beach, VA for an all-natural, squeaky clean and (thanks to the clary sage essential oil) optimistic start to your day.
Tailored demim jeans, custom fit to your exact measurements by Anna Toth of Bow + Arrow out of Asheville, North Carolina in a high waisted, classic fit from "cotton grown, processed, and finished in the USA."
Charlotte of SwampAngelSoap in Maine calles this botanical perfume, "Tawny" and says, "I imagine this is what you might smell like if you've been working in an orange grove all day - harvesting, trimming, resting against trees, culling the overripe, taking a break to rip away peel and chew some pulpy segments. You'll smell just like this perfume - sweet and earthy and sun-baked."
This waxed canvas bag brings to mind words like "rugged" and "refined". Desinged by Natasha Durham of Rough & Tumble headquartered in Hebron, Maine the "farmer's market tote" features a wine bottle pocket and cleans up easily thanks to the water resistant nature of waxed canvas.