Lilly Steward by Mathew Kristall

Look no further than the pouch as your evening bag of choice this fall. Its the woke up like this of accessoriessuperchic but beautiful. Take an Etro silk embroidered pouch or even a rich velvet version by Ralph Lauren on the town. Go a little crazy, even, and treat yourself to The Rows mink fur medicine cross-body.

lily-stewart-by-matthew-kristall-for-the-new-york-times-style-magazine-november-2015-5The typical hard-shell miniature doesnt feel modern right now, says Market Editor Chelsea Zalopany, adding that she usually veers more toward a satin pochette or a vintage coin purse, possibly the key to achieving this Kate Mossin-the-90s-meets-2016 look. And never fear, the pouch is more versatile than it may appearit pairs perfectly with everything from light-wash jeans and a T-shirt and slides, to a slinky little cocktail dress, to something even as dressy as black tie.

The modern feel of cotton

Much has been written about statement outerwear, from blush peacoats to rainbow-striped furs and retro shearlings. The trend certainly isnt going anywherewe can thank Gucci for thatbut theres something to be said for a simple, decidedly unstylish coat.

The typical hard-shell miniature doesnt feel modern right now

Forgo the usual bouquet this fall for a hostess gift thats a bit more unique and of the moment. Play up the flavors of fall with thoughtfully chosen wine, desserts, and even a lovely seasonal candle.If youre planning to spend a weekend away at a friends home, bring a more substantial gift to show your gratitude for their hospitality.

Wreaths are usually associated with Christmas and might make people think of overly craft-y, slightly tacky creations. But the true prime time for front door wreath hanging is arguably the fall. A welcoming garland ushers in the cozy sentiments of the season, and the creative varieties are seemingly endless.

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