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Good things come to those who wait

I need to see my breath in the air and smell the leaves changing color before I embrace the rich fabrics, textures and colors of the fall season. So I’ve sat patiently until now, when I can finally debut my signature cold-weather style, which brings together opulent colors like wine, saffron and gold and blurs lines between day and evening attire. I figure, if the sun is down during most of my waking hours, I should be able to wear a cocktail dress anytime I want.  — Darcy Camden, City Arts style editor


Photo by Sunny Facer

In and around Darcy’s dresser this month (above): Italian wool hat (Anthropologie); black flower pin (H&M); Moulinette Soeurs gold tiered mini dress; Sparrow purple cardigan sweater (Anthropologie); Idra beige wool bomber jacket (Anthropologie); Brown belt (Anthropologie); Purple ballet flats (H&M); Pearl bauble necklace (Target); Mustard yellow gloves (H&M); Faux fur capelet (H&M); Big Budda ‘Mia’ mock-croc rosette laptop bag; Chanel No. 5 perfume; The Blakes album, Charmed; Smith’s Rosebud Salve; Tokyo Bay watch (“I easily lose track of time when daylight hours start disappearing, so I need to wear the largest watch I can stand.”); Green polka dot reading glasses (Fireworks); Moonstruck Chocolatiers’ dark chocolate bars (The Confectionery).

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