MICA by Intel and Opening Ceremony - snakeskin, semi-precious gems, touchscreen display, wireless charging and communications capabilities - not yet for sale | Hermes Medor watch - a dial display hidden behind a cabochon - looks like a bracelet so satisfies both form and function | $3k
Not Your Mother's Ankle Boots
Report Signature Marlah bootie - a floating ankle strap with a woodgrain heel - $139 | VC Signature Velma leather bootie - a vampy cutout with a pointy toe and an ankle strap buckle closure | $140
Tweed Style Outerwear
Rebecca Taylor boucle tweed jacket - a classic look with leather trim - $297 | T Tahari crystal jacket - a moto-inspired jacket in a tweed style with a contrast paneling | $75
Tory Burch Jessie quilted slip-on sneakers - a luxe quilted take on the popular slip-on sneakers - $165
Baubles for Breast Cancer
Accessory Concierge Fight Like a Girl cuff - a handmade brass piece with 20% of proceeds donating to breastcancerfund.org. #bloggersforbca - $32
Big Ass Hats
Free People extended brim clipperton hat - an extended version of the traditional fedora with a twisted felt band and knot detail - $58
P.S. What is all this talk about basic bitches lately? It's like, if you don't know what a basic bitch is, then you're basic. If you like to brunch, then you're basic. If you're too busy to care then you're a bad bitch. Wtf? And what if you just don't give a shit? Although I want to someday title one of my blog posts "Wear Basics, Bitch" -- I just don't get all the effort being put into this phrase. Don't let the internet fool you into thinking you are or aren't basic. Only you know full well where you stand.
What's on your fall wishlist?