What better way to get into the fall state of mind than with a fabulously stylish new outfit from House of Harlow 1960? The new collection by fashion icon Nicole Richie just keeps growing with all new pieces that have recently been added for fall. Recent additions to the collection include assortment of stylish silk tops, chunky long cardigans, and fringe must-haves in an variety of colors, patterns and prints. With so much to choose from what’s a girl to do? Here’s a select list of curated key pieces that are a definite must have for your fall wardrobe!
Love fringe? House of Harlow 1960 for fall presents you with a gorgeous piece that is completely versatile enough to be worn for work, play or just about anytime you feel the need for a boho vibe. The Analee Jacket ($150) available in Tawny Port, is a kimono style open jacket made of silk. This burgundy jacket features a black baroquesque print with black trimming and fringe that hangs down the front. If that isn’t enough, the back V neck detailing with fringe is enough to make this a stand out piece in your closet.
Keeping with the kimono look, House of Harlow 1960 also offers up three other kimono styles. Like the Analee Jacket, the Mai Kimono Jacket ($185) is a flattering monochromatic floral open front kimono that is available in two colors, Sage/Plum (shades of purple) and Royal/LT Royal (shades of blue). For those that prefer a longer kimono style, House of Harlow 1960 has two styles to choose from in four fall friendly colors. The Arlo Cardigan ($355) while carries the name of cardigan is more kimono is style due to the wide not fully long sleeves. Available in two colors (Red and Grey), the Arlo Cardigan is made of 100% Merino wool and sports a super chic Aztec print in muted grays, blacks and white. The last kimono jacket is the Bodhi Kimono Jacket ($220). The Bodji Kimono Jacket comes in two colors (Rust/Black and Black/Ivory) is a unique stardust/polka dotesque pattern. The best feature? Pockets! Not just regular pockets on the side either but pockets on the back part of the kimono which gives it an overall uniqueness to the pieces.
Not just for outerwear, House of Harlow has several new tops as well. The Simone Top ($185) available in Rust/Black and Black/Ivory echos the same design as the Bodji Kimono Jacket (sans the back pockets) with a more casual appeal. The Oris Top ($220) available in Grey Multi Stripe and Beige Multi Stripe brings a touch of California surfing to your wardrobe. Hooded and striped this too cool casual top is perfect for pairing up with jeans or as a throw on for cooler fall mornings. Think Sean Penn in ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High’ but in a cooler, super chic way.
Two other key tops that you need to check out are the Ruri Top ($105) and the Korin Top ($172). The Ruri Top gorgeous melee of not really tie dye but not really handkerchief print mixture of cotton gauze and quilted detailing that comes in a tiled royal blue print. The Korin Top is anything but your basic black top that can easily turn into an essential item. Not only does it incorporate fringe into its basic appeal but the open lattice details on the shoulders and on the hem give it that extra oomph that isn’t so basic anymore.
Who doesn’t love an easy pair of palazzos? House of Harlow 1960 makes sure for fall you have the perfect pair of go anywhere palazzos with the Elden Pant ($122.50) available in Estate Print and made of silk. The Estate Print of the Elden Pant is a regal pattern of navy blue, red and white that looks perfect with a fitted crop top or even a loose flowing tunic.
Now that you’ve had a chance to get a taste of House of Harlow 1960 fall fashion, head on over to their site at http://www.houseofharlow1960.com/ and see what other styles they have to offer. House of Harlow 1960 can be purchased online or at at high-end department and specialty stores that include Bergdorf Goodman, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, PacSun and Selfridges. Locally you may find House of Harlow 1960 at PacSun located inside of Eastland Mall on Green River Rd in Evansville, IN.