I had so much fun stalking half of the eastern seaboard for October-appropriate lewks last year, I started back at it in again this September.
The round-up that follows — and there may be more to come — is largely the result of puttering around the Berkshires and a bit beyond in the early throes of autumnal fashion bliss.
From the Columbia County Fair
State fairs never fail to deliver some freaky fashion like this bedazzled Michael Myers pendant. I think this version was $20/$30 at the booth in which I spotted it, in between the leather cowboy hats and mood rings. But if one were so inclined to spend upwards of $700 on a similar item, the options exist. Similar options exist for Jason and Jigsaw.
From the Lenox Art Walk
I stopped in my tracks at Lenox Art Walk last month when I saw these high-collared, reversible jackets by La Linguere Fashions. They’re just two of many designs I found fanciful, fairy-inspired, and fun, without being so costumesque or over-the-top that I’d never wear it.
From the Apple Squeeze
With apologies to the poor woman whose identity is being shielded here in a less-than-ceremonious way, I love a coordinated knit set and saw several on a bright but chilly Saturday at the ‘Squeeze.
From Lee Premium Outlets
The Coach Outlet in Lee, Mass. is currently carrying the full-range of Disney x Coach, Villains Collection!
I was excited to see these out in the wild. Disney x Coach Villains includes everything from bag charms to backpacks, and focuses largely on Ursula, the Evil Queen, Maleficent, and Cruella. That said, my favorite patten of the line is the bethorned Fairytale Rose.
And across the way at the Crocs Outlet, the seasonal Jibbitz game was on point as well: