TSLL’s 2023 Annual Fall Shopping Guide, including 80+ hand-picked shopping finds
Friday September 1, 2023

This is your last free post view for this month.

Become a Member for as little as $4/mo and enjoy unlimited reading of TSLL blog.

Assessing, refining, polishing and investing.

Autumn nears and the luxe apparel of knits, cashmere, suede, tweeds and plaids rises to the forefront to grab our attention and remind us how powerful and elegant, as well as comfortable well-made basics in our fall capsule wardrobe can be. The trick is figuring out which ones to invest in each season as our budgets only stretch so far.

The good news, once we prioritize, the Black Friday and end of year sales often give us an opportunity to scoop up what we wanted, but didn’t have at the top of our list. This was something that happened to me last year, and my fall capsule wardrobe and wallet benefited as I found and purchased a handful of items from designers I love at steeply discounted prices. However, there will always be some items that will both sell out fast and be at the top of your list, and those are the ones to purchase now with no regret.

Below I have waded through the trends that popped up on the runways this past spring and now are in the shops and selected nine trends I am confident will be around for years to come, so that when you invest, you will be able to rest easy as you won’t look dated three, even five years or more down the road. Which means, while exaggerated poof sleeves are definitely in right now as are long near maxi-length hems, I don’t see those being trends that will last. Conversely, quiet luxury, a phrase and fashion trend I wrote about this past spring may not be what trend-setters or influencers want to hang around because it doesn’t mean we will be running to the stores and earning them commissions each season, but the good news is, quiet luxury will always be in style, which is why the last trend I shopped on today’s list is all about elevated basics. Granted, nearly everything you will find, more than 80+ hand-shopped items, are elevated quality items, but we’re talking simple, pared down, yet high quality denim, sweaters, jackets and accessories.

With all of that said, it is time to shop. But first, a few reminders:

What you will find in this season’s Shopping Guide below:

  • A list of sales and links to the brand site, along with the promo codes if available.
  • A list, with runway images, of the new trends worth investing in.
  • 80+ Shoppable, hand-picked items
  • Simply hover over and click the shoppable items and the brand and price will pop up
  • Posts from the TSLL Archives to provide more Style Inspiration.
  • Link to TSLL Capsule Wardrobe Shop

Current Sales of Note

  •  JCREW, 40% off with code SHOPNOW
  • THEORY, up to 70% off sale through September 4th
  • FarFetch, 25% off the New Season
  • Boden, 30% off everything
  • BA&SH, 25% off sale with promo code LDAY25
  • Everlane Labor Day Sale, up to 60% off, no promo needed
  • Jenni Kayne, Labor Day Sale, save 20% off with promo code LDWEVENT20
  • Madewell, save 30% off with promo code COOLDOWN
  • Nordstrom, up to 60% off summer styles
  • Ann Taylor, 30% off full priced items, no promo code needed
  • Loft, 30% off full priced items, no promo code needed
  • Anthropologie, enjoy an extra 40% off

DeMeiller Toyko Shoulder Bag is 20% off (new season at FarFetch)

A Must-Know and Use to Save $$$$:

Trends Worth the Investment

Monochromatic

Veronica Beard

Elongated Silhouettes, think Suits

Khaite

Strong, Yet Sultry Reds

Johanna Ortiz

Akris

Luxe Tartan

Louis Vuitton

Knitwear Dresses (sweater dresses)

Isabel Marant

Johanna Ortiz

~Staud Cary Dress, navy~

Turtlenecks

Staud

Statement Trenches

Chanel

~It’s hard to tell, but the trench in the lower right-hand corner is tan and stripes from L.K. Bennett. I especially like this trench. Modern, different, but timeless in both style and the print.

Scoopnecklines (mainly on camisoles for layering)

Emilia Wickstead

Brandon Maxwell

Luxury Everyday Staples (jeans, tees, sweaters, trenches, etc.)

Tory Burch

~Boden, Laura Jersey Midi Shirt Dress, four prints available~

Editor’s Picks

SHOP TSLL’s Capsule Wardrobe Shop

Did you know that year-round TSLL’s has a Capsule Wardrobe shop updated with timeless classic staples for your wardrobe? From fall to spring, the shop is updated each September and March, and now shop more than 70 items that are currently available to add to your wardrobe. Find TSLL’s Shop in the Drop Down menu under “TSLL Shop” and click “Capsule Wardrobe”. Or today, simply click here! Scroll to the bottom of the page and you will see the items available in neat columns with descriptions. Click through to shop at the online store the item is available.

TSLL Style Posts You Might Enjoy

Head Fashion Editor of The Times (UK) Anna Murphy joins me to talk about Finding Your Way to the Best You Yet as Each Year Passes in her New Book, Destination Fabulous, episode #358

~Please note: TSLL is supported by you, readers who take the time to stop by (merci!), peruse and sometimes welcome into your life mentioned and recommended finds. Affiliate links are present in today’s post and may earn commissions for TSLL when you purchase. View TSLL’s full Privacy Policy here.

Tsllshoppingguide | The Simply Luxurious Life

6 thoughts on “TSLL’s 2023 Annual Fall Shopping Guide, including 80+ hand-picked shopping finds

  1. Love the editor’s pics! I did purchase a Veronica Beard Navy Miller blazer with gold buttons–will be my essential piece for this season and many more.

  2. So many great examples of classic style. While an occasional trendy item can perk up a wardrobe, I strongly feel that many of us are learning to not indulge on a regular basis. Quality items will always serve us well. I am currently on the search for a new cashmere blend coat. I haven’t decided on a black or a dark brown. The brown rather hard to find right now. I’m not in a hurry so I think I will subscribe to an alert service if I find a special piece. I also need to replace a black turtle neck this season. Curating a wardrobe that serves me well at this stage of my life has been a joy. Without the limitations of the workplace, I am able to be a bit more casual, and comfortable, in my choices. Thanks again Shannon, enjoy the beauty of the changing seasons. A perfect backdrop for some new clothes, yes?

  3. Quiet luxury speaks to me, and now I know what the style my eye is always drawn to should be referred to as.
    Always enjoy your shopping posts and love th TSLL Capsule wardrobe links for inspiration when I need it.
    Sarah

  4. Quiet Luxury is, for me, a euphemism for classic style. Something I have always adhered to and a mantra that has served me well for 50 years. Now, in retirement, and being able to travel as I want, I find it a comfort to walk into my closet and find pieces to assemble a travel wardrobe quickly . And I love the affirmation of seeing pieces I already own back in style. I will confirm that paying for quality is a good investment. Which is bot to say I dont ever stray…boho being a trend i find accommodatingly comfortable, especially in warmer weather. But even then, neutral and natural fabrics keep things versatile..

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

From TSLL Archives
Updated British Week 1.jpg
Updated French Week 2.jpg