You can feel the season shift, ever so slowly, from full summer into the crispness of fall, arguably Pittsburgh’s finest season. Snuggle into it with a few wardrobe updates that ward off the chill and bring out the best in you!
All looks included here are brought to you by our local boutiques. Support them and the life they bring to our region’s Main Streets.
They need us: If we want those walks up and down our streets to be satisfying, we need to invest in them with our purchases and our support!
It’s a pleasure to button yourself into this soft, great-looking Canali cashmere peacoat. The turtleneck underneath, also by Canali, stands on its own in both casual and dressy occasions.
Clare V. thrives as a crowd favorite at Kristi Boutique thanks to its functional yet stylish, day-ready yet night-worthy pieces. This fall, try a leather Mirabel crossbody bag with quirky coral resin shortie strap.
Win every race with this collection of equestrian-themed jewelry. Both the sterling silver and diamond necklace and the 36-Inch braided brown leather tassel and Tahitian pearl dangler are stunners, as are the leather and sterling bracelets. The bracelet with the sterling buckle doubles as a choker.
Go a little wild with Lisa Todd’s animal print crewneck, made mod with a burst of neon at zipper, wrist, and hem. Pair with leather, suede, or denim.
TBe prepared! When the chill comes, this Canali one-button shawl collar cable knit sweater will distinguish you whether you wear it with jeans and a t-shirt, or, as shown, with shirt, tie, and gray stretch flannel pants.
The Frank + Eileen collection exudes casual, comfortable, livable style. This cotton voile garment can be worn open as a duster over pants and a t short, or buttoned up and flowing as a dress. Chosen from the line by Rue Boutique for the Fall 2022 season, this dress will remain in your wardrobe for a very long time.
In this look, the “more is more” opulence of Joseph Ribkoff is pared down to beautiful lines emphasized with a touch of shine.
The curving stitch lines of this effortlessly chic Beruka leather jacket by the Canadian leather masters at Lamarque make it uniquely stylish.
ROBERT HALLET GOLDSMITH
Making jewelry in Oakmont since 1980, Robert and Kyle Hallett know how to forge beautiful jewelry from start to finish. The pendant shown here is ample evidence, with its artisanal gleam enhanced by three colors of gemstone.
At left, cast-off pieces of vintage kantha textiles make these Junko pants into responsible one-of-a-kind clothing. Their generously cut leg and drop-crotch give the wearer pure freedom of movement, and they’re named after barrier-breaking female mountain climber Junko Tabei. At right, Nikki overalls are sturdy enough for workwear and comfortable enough to relax in. All locally made right here in Pittsburgh. (Photography by Tara Bennett)