After a long (and hot) summer – it’s finally time to return back to cozy knits like sweaters, long layering garments and cowls to keep warm. And our new Burnished collection is chock-full of 16 designs to get you inspired for the cool, breezy autumn weather. Need a bit of inspiration on how to dress up these splendid knits? We’ve got 6 ways to wear Burnished here for you – let’s start with a cool-weather staple, the scarf!
ORANGE CRUSH: Warm, autumnal colors get a classic twist when paired with navy for a touch of contrast while the unexpected pop of bright orange in the form of daring pants makes a bold statement and pulls the look together.
WINTER PROMENADE: Endlessly versatile, a scarf goes with you from crisp autumn evenings through chilly winter days. Pair this scarf with a classic white wool coat, your favorite jeans and riding boots – and voila! You’re ready to stroll through the city with style.
POUA PULLOVER by Hilary Smith Callis
BRIGHTLY BALANCED: Striking a perfect balance of brights and patterns, this look lets you have fun with color and style while looking polished and ready to go from the office to dinner with friends. Add a sparkly necklace and some gold bangles for that last finishing touch.
SWEET AND CHIC: Sweaters aren’t just meant for pants, they love getting dressed up with skirts too! Pair a dark, solid skirt with cute retro-style heels to create a look that is sweet and chic. Oh, and don’t forget something sparkly.
COZY CHIC: Pair this copper-colored jacket with bold pants and a bright blouse for a winning cozy chic combo. Accents of gold break up the large blocks of bright colors while adding a refined touch for a work-ready ensemble.
ART SCHOOL COOL: Cabled cardi meets classic stripes and leggings for a look that is comfortable and easy-to-wear without ever sacrificing style – the perfect outfit to take you from early morning classes or errands to dinner and more. Chunky ankle boots are a statement necklace tie the look together from head to toe.
You can find the complete collection here: