It’s hard to believe that November has arrived! I try not to play favorites, but this month is up there when it comes to fashion. I can finally pull out my favorite fall textures and thicker layers as temperatures get consistently chilly where we live!
We also have a few early holiday dinners on the books that I’m excited to dress up for, and we’re headed to NYC mid-month (I’m already daydreaming up looks to wear around the city).
Many of the new arrivals last fall didn’t catch my eye, but this year my list of loves is a mile long! I thought it’d be fun to highlight 10 things on my November Fashion Wishlist that I think you’ll love, too. You can shop all the pieces below!
I’ve collected both budget-friendly and investment belts over the years, but this under $50 belt from J.Crew is the one I find myself reaching for over and over. I have it in brown (shown here) and would love to add it in black!
I’m officially on board with the pants trend and my preference is a slim fit to create shape. These Reformation trousers in ‘Oyster’ would be so chic in a monochrome look with a textural knit for the holidays!
I have a very exciting outerwear post coming soon that will rank camel coats at a variety of price points, and this belted camel coat will be included on the high end. I waited for a holiday sale last year and it sold out completely in every color, so I’m excited to give it a try this season!
I’ve raved about Everlane’s layering tees and turtlenecks in the past (they’re $50 or less, lay smooth, and are soft), and in auditing my wardrobe last month I realized I need more long sleeve tees with a simple neckline. I got this one in white, black, and brown.
Another practical addition, I mentioned in a recent try-on that I’ve been searching for a black blazer—I may have found the one. The cut and buttons on this beauty give it that relaxed feel I want for casual looks, and it’s a four-season fabric. The black version of my favorite camel blazer (seen here) has been tempting me too.
An affordable long faux fur vest like this is incredibly hard to find! It will look just as beautiful over a moody printed dress as it will over a sweater with leather pants. I’ve also got my eye on this one as a splurge.
These boots were 25% off during the Saks sale last month, and I debated until it was too late. I truly think shoes and bags can make or break a look, so I’ll be waiting on another sale and then grabbing these to pair with other neutrals throughout the season.