For my very first IOTW post, I've decided to pay homage to the fresh fall season. I questioned my pick at first asking "am I being too literal?" but when I took a step back and gazed at this necklace, not only was my inner critic silenced, but my shop wish list gained a new #1 lust item: behold, the seasonably apropos Autumn in the Park necklace.

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I'm very particular about the length of necklaces and where they fall on my body, especially in the fall and winter months. Why? Well, most often I'm wearing a double-looped scarf, one that I surely don't want covering up my necklace game (people might start to worry about me without my omnipresent neck bling...). This piece fits my fall needs because the bended brass piece and hint of brown leather perfectly peek out from under said scarf. And if the extra drapery needs to come off due to an unexpected burst of warm sun? Autumn in the Park gets its full-frontal moment of glory!

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FEATURED PIECES

Ramie Dress by Curator

Thumbs Up Wrap by Alternative Apparel

Castle Moss Jacket by Bridge & Burn

Color Palate Tights in Navy at Anthropologie

Slip In Super High clogs in Vintage Blue Nubuck by Swedish Hasbeens

Natasha K. skinny bangles by Voz Collective

Cully Ring by betsy & iya

General Studs by betsy & iya

Autumn in the Park Necklace by betsy & iya

This ensemble will keep you comfortable during the often erratic weather transitions in the early days of fall, plus it shows one example of how to wear a brightly colored sleeveless dress well into cooler months. No need to pack up the summer dresses before it's absolutely necessary, ya know?

Pumpkin patch picking, apple bobbing, corn maze wandering fall perfection! Now, if I could only find some of those candy corn Oreos..

xo Anna

***Song of the Moment: Autumn Sweater by Yo La Tengo***

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