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What should you be wearing this autumn? We asked Philadelphia Collection participants what they’re falling for.
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“A huge trend I have been seeing are cropped sweaters and turtlenecks! I buy a lot of high-waisted styles as well
Trending. Collection participants weigh in on what to wear this fallbecause it is such a flattering, fashion-forward trend.”
Cortney Cohen, owner of West Coast-flavored boutique The Geisha House (149 N. Third St.)
“First, I am looking to wear my Lagos stack of bracelets (adding a few new ones, from the Maya collection and Diamond Lux Collection); my new Nicole Miller dress in black and white; and my black suede pumps with a low silvery heel from Benjamin Lowell. So happy fall is here!”
Janice Waitkus, store and community relations director at the Lagos flagship store (1735 Walnut St.)
“I’m looking forward to beanie season. It means I don’t need to worry about fixing my hair in the morning!”
Jennifer Singley, director of retail at United by Blue (144 N. Second St.)
Stop by: The Old City eco-conscious boutique is celebrating one year at their flagship store on Friday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. with cocktails and entertainment.
“We are excited about the perfect fall transitional piece: updated baseball caps of shetland, leather and leopard.”
Liz Scarlett, owner of Scarlett Alley (241 Race St.)
Stop by: Nuance Jewelry is hosting a trunk show at the Old City boutique Sept. 23, 5 to 7:30 p.m.