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Top 7* Must HAVES for Fall 2013


Now I am a very simple yet sophisticated person. I don't like anything over the top when it comes to Fashion, Hair, Shoes, etc. With me my style is my own!!

Here are my Top 7* "Must HAVES" for Fall 2013. .

#1 I am a lover a Big Bags and going into the fall why not keep color in your life from Summer and this is the perfect bag for every SophistiKat on the GO!!


















IMAN Platinum Rock the Runway Genuine Leather Quilted Satchel in "Rich Red" $149.95
http://www.hsn.com/products/iman-platinum-rock-the-runway-quilted-satchel/7169823

#2 The Perfect Mani and Pedi are a must at anytime of the year, however in the Fall/Winter months it is important to show extra attention and take extra care of your hands and feet. As the climate changes your skin and nails become dry and brittle. Try one of the colors from the OPI: San Francisco collection to keep that sophisticated flare going.





















OPI San Francisco Collection: $9.00 per bottle
http://search.ulta.com/nav/hierarchy1/makeup/hierarchy2/nails/brand/opi/0

#3 Wayfarer!! Everyone just about owns a pair of the Ray Ban Classic "Wayfarer" in Black!! Step it up a notch and add a pair with color. .or pattern with pizazz














LITEFORCE WAYFARER ®TECH Crystal Dark Gradient Gray $185














ORIGINAL WAYFARER Havana Cyclamin Olive Brown $165
http://www.ray-ban.com/usa/sunglasses/?cat=19

#4 The perfect shoe that can take you from days spent in the office to a night out on the town. .none other than the perfect loafer. Loafers can be paired with just about any outfit and WORK.






















DV by Dolce Vita "Lake' Flat" $78.95 (Also comes in Green or Purple Suede)
http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/dv-by-dolce-vita-lake-flat/3494222?origin=category-personalizedsort&contextualcategoryid=0&fashionColor=Black+Suede&resultback=2698&cm_sp=personalizedsort-_-browseresults-_-1_7_B

#5 Scarves. .Scarves. .and MORE Scarves Now just me. .being honest. .I was never a fan of scarves until earlier this year. Now I absolutely LOVE them. They can make a plain shirt, cardigan, or any combo BETTER. Check out the site below for a few!!














http://www.shesaved.com/2013/04/fashion-scarves-up-to-69-off.html

#6 Jumpsuits!! Jumpsuits are back with a vengeance!! This has to be another versatile piece. It can be paired with a blazer or jacket for work and you can remove that and have a polished happy hour/night look. This item is featured on a dear friend  Marlena Toney's online boutique "Beyond the Moment". Check her out!!





















Beyond The Moment OFF YOUR ROCKER JUMPSUIT $27.70
http://shopthemoment.com/off-your-rocker-jumpsuit/

#7 Perfect Trench. Although most Fall mornings and nights aren't too chilly you still need the right thing to keep you warm. The Trench Coat is a classic and can be found on any "Must Have" list of the Fall/Winter. From the classic khaki to a bright red, you can find it in the right color to suit your personality and style.


















Target Merona® Women's Trench Coat -Assorted Colors $17.48
http://www.target.com/p/merona-women-s-trench-coat-assorted-colors/-/A-14277969

I don't know about you but I was born in the Fall so I am READY!!

Leave your comments and share with me a few of your Must Haves. .

@TheeSophistiKat

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