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Boutique Week is coming and I’ve picked up a few finds in Downtown York PA that are inspiring my anticipation for fall fashion. I was sure to include plenty of photos for your viewing enjoyment.
This Trina Turk dress is stunning with its emerald greens and yellows. Since these colors have staying power, this dress will find it’s way into the fall attire. This dress is from My Girlfriend’s Wardrobe.
This beautiful long necklace from Arthur & Daughters turns any bland outfit into a knockout. When you can keep it simple with a splash of bold, you’ve got major fashion appeal.
Sometimes, I just want basic. And often, it’s the best go-to for me. This simple necklace from Watchmaker’s Daughter has quickly become a go-to piece for me. The mix of silver and gold make it easy.
It was like the clouds parted and a glowing beam of goddess light came down to reveal these Roger Vivier shoes. I immediately grabbed them at Arthur & Daughters and ran to the checkout.
Big. Bulky. Color. How can you resist something that is this fun and colorful? I had to pick up one of these in nearly every color and length at Kimman’s. Perfect with a boat neck or pure white V-neck shirt.
Blue is a wonderful transitional color that makes me feel confident. I picked this comfortable off the shoulder dress (which doubles as a long shirt for the fall. Perfect over skinny jeans or tights) for a fun night out. It’s casual, but the color and comfortable off the shoulder gives it a little hint of sex appeal. Loving it. This number came from Sweet Melissa’s Dream.
Every girl has pieces she can’t wait to wear again and again and again. For me, it’s these vintage looking camel leather boots and Modern Vintage skintight black leather boots. These are must haves in your fall closet.
York City Boutique Week highlights downtown York’s small and independently owned home and apparel retailers. It will be held Friday, Sept. 6, through Friday, Sept. 13. For more information, visit DowntownYorkPa.com.