Sistahhhh’s, behold! October…is here!

Those of you who are “Hocus Pocus” fans, I hope you enjoyed that intro and smirked a little. It was ALL for you. 😉

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Aside from the Halloween spirit and get-ups (Iet the costume pinning commence), I’m crushing hard for this month’s Fall wear. It’s a craze I’m not willing to shake off – like ever. Why can’t it be Fall year round? From braided accents to statement booties, I’m noticing a long line-up of sweet treats for any autumn-loving fashionista. Curious which ones are the sweetest of them all for October?

Take a peek below and try out these 5 statement styles that are putting a spell on me as we speak.

Braided/Woven Statement Accessory


Why I love it: It’s sophisticated and cozy. I am loving this detail on bags and boots.


Fall Hue Striped Layers


Why I love it: A light weight striped layer is the perfect way to keep the Fall spirit alive when those warm GA temps try to creep up between now and winter. I love the added length for emphasis.


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Statement Booties

JustFab boots, fall statement boots

Why I love it: It’s the only statement you need for a casual ensemble. If you’re like me and love a simple sweater with jeans on a reg-basis, then bold booties will dress up this go-to comfort without any effort. You can shop these beauties at JustFab.


Puff Sleeves


Why I love it: Puff sleeves are FUN. It’s an effortless alternative for when the motivation for dressing up is below zero.


Pleated Metallic Skirt

Why I love it: I have many reasons. 1. Texture. Texture. Texture. 2. It’s designed by Lauren Conrad. 3. It can serve as a Fall essential because it pairs well with both dress-up/casual pieces. 4. It’s probably something Elizabeth Gillies would wear in Dynasty (premieres Oct. 11 at 9P). 🙂


Bewitched by any of these above? Will you be trying them this October? Weigh in below or tweet us @ATLCW. 🙂


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