A couple years ago I stumbled on Marie Oliver in a Florida boutique during a shopping trip with my mother-in-law. A printed skirt with a fringe tie caught my eye, and I discovered an entire collection with vivid colors, unique yet chic prints, and, best of all, flattering silhouettes.
In gearing up for fall, Marie Oliver was top of mind. Not only do their pieces fit well, but they have thoughtful designs and mood-lifting prints that set them apart from anything else out there. Ruffle details on an otherwise classic sweater for a quiet statement, and functional accent zippers on a mini skirt that allow you to show as little or as much leg as you like.
They’re also some of the longest lasting pieces in my wardrobe because they’re so well made. If your style bridges classic and contemporary like mine, see below for more of Marie Oliver’s fall collection, including the fit and details of what I’m wearing in this post.
Marie Oliver Fall
If you’re looking for a simple turtleneck with subtle flourish that will amplify both casual and dressy outfits, the Tinley Turtleneck is one of Marie Oliver’s earlier designs and best selling products. It’s a foldover, ribbed knit with ruffle detailing at the cuffs and neckline. It’s lightweight, true to size, and form-fitting, so it looks beautiful tucked in. The fabric feels amazing on the skin as well (no itch!). I styled it with the Jette Skirt, my longtime favorite knee-high boots, and these chunky but not overwhelming earrings.
Jette Mini Skirt
As a tall (5’9″) girl, finding mini skirts in a comfortable length can be a challenge. I almost opted for this killer leather midi skirt from the collection instead, but I’m glad I gave the Jette Mini Skirt a try because the length is perfect. My favorite thing about this skirt is the functional accent zippers that can be left as is or undone to show a little leg. The print isn’t overtly black and white zebra but rather a zebra-inspired colorway with cream, black, and rust. It has a quilted feel that’s cozy and will look great with my go-to tights as it cools off. I found the skirt to run true to size.
A popover is a completely new concept to me, but if you’re looking to extend the lifespan of your fall and winter pieces into cold weather, it’s a unique option to try. The Cosette is a slip-on style with cable stitching and a tie belt to emphasize the waist. I love how this looks over long-sleeve, dark floral dresses, like the Doen dress I’m wearing above. It would also be a practical way to add warmth to the torso when wearing a fitted turtleneck and skirt/denim/pants (like my first outfit in this post) if you’re not in the mood for a traditional jacket or coat. I took a size small in the Cosette Popover but could have gone with XS as it felt like it had more fabric than I needed.
Shop Marie Oliver Fall
Below I linked a few more Marie Oliver fall finds that I’m swooning over, many of which were added after I made my original order!