Fall Fashion In The Hamptons

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Fall is my favorite season when it comes to styling. The thought of wrapping up in a cozy sweater and swapping out my sandals for a pair of chunky boots is a welcomed change. Local stores on the East End have exciting new merchandise to help update your wardrobe. Here are some easy and functional fall trends to keep your eye on as we head into cooler weather.

Lisa Frohlich wearing a beautiful fall outfit from Brunello Cucinelli in East Hampton. Price upon request. This photo was taken at Seahorse Stables in Water Mill.

Chunky Knit Sweaters: Roomy turtleneck sweaters, comfy cable-knit pieces, and mohair cardigans are all in the mix. Sailor stripes look great in a loose-knit weave sweater.

Maxi Coats: Exaggerated proportions play a role for coats this season. Big, welcoming coats in a variety of colors and textures will keep you warm and stylish.

Oversized Pants: When it comes to fall bottoms, the baggier the pant, the better. This trend is a callback to the ’90s and I am loving it. Pair a fitted top with baggy bottoms to balance the look.

Heavy-Duty Boots: Grunge and punk will return in the form of “tough” boots. Combat, Motorcycle, and Chelsea Boots will be styled with pretty much anything- dresses, denim, and trousers.

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI

Handmade texture stripes sweater, price upon request

Fall trends that East Hampton Store Manager Judy Springer is excited about: “Cozy knitwear, a warm autumnal color palette, and rich plaids making for luxe casual wear.”

Fall pieces you can’t live without:  “Double-faced cashmere outerwear, cashmere sets, and a great selection of tweed blazers. For special occasions, Opera knitwear is a must. Every piece is uniquely handmade, and the craftsmanship is incredible.”

What a perfect autumn day looks like in East Hampton: “Crisp and clear with a relaxed, sophisticated, small-town vibe.”

Cashmere Feather yarn cardigan with Swarovski crest, price upon request

Giving Back: Brunello Cucinelli is very involved on the East End. Most recently Brunello Cucinelli made a product donation to the SoulCycle charity ride benefitting Project ALS. They also held a shopping event to benefit the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center, which provides affordable, high-quality childcare and early education programs on the East End.

Address: 39 Newtown Lane, East Hampton

Website: brunellocucinelli.com

Instagram: @brunellocucinelli_brand

Joey Wölffer

Wehve Billy Cardigan, Mon Jardin Noir, $825

Fall trends that owner Joey Wölffer is excited about: “We’re excited for print colors.”

Fall pieces Joey can’t live without:  “Wehve shawls and wraps, our newest JW Reworked Blake Top, and our JW Reworked X Hat Attack Chelsea Hat.”

Perfect autumn day: “Spending time with my girls at the barn and then heading over to Sage and Madison for a sweet treat.”

Eleven Six Talia Sweater, Colorblock, $448

Giving Back: “We recently worked with Social Goods and sold their VOTE sweatshirts that support iamavoter.org. We are always doing things to support The Bridgehampton Child Care Center.”

Website: joeywolffer.com

Address: 11 Madison Street, Sag Harbor

Instagram: @shopjoeywolffer

TENET

Toteme Signature Striped Sweater, $570

Fall trends that Tenet Manager of Stores Martyna Sokol is excited about: “Preppy is in! Cashmere polos, oversized blazers, baggy trousers, and lug soles. I could go on and on.”

Fall pieces Martyna can’t live without:  “My oversized Acne Studios leather shearling moto jacket for a tough look and any dress by Alemais for a softer, feminine look.”

Martyna’s perfect autumn day on the East End: “Taking a day trip to Shelter Island for a bike ride and lunch at Marie Eiffel. Ending the day with a cozy glass of wine by our fire pit.”

Apiece Apart Manon Trousers, $345; Apiece Apart Knit Polo, $425

Giving Back: Tenet donates gift cards to local charities such as Maureen’s Haven which helps the homeless on the East End.

Website: tenetshop.com

Address: 91 Main Street, Southampton & 21 Newton Lane, East Hampton

Instagram: @tenetshop

BLUE ONE 

Paloma Barceló, Isak Boots in Iris Cuoio, $555

Fall trends that co-owner Crystal Willis is loving: “Urban combat boots, baggy jeans, oversized blazers with the perfect white tank. Beautiful chunky knits are perfect for layering. There is no better season for dressing than fall. It’s my favorite season for styling my clients.”

Fall pieces Crystal can’t live without:  “An oversized blazer, a pair of modern oversized sunglass frames, and your new favorite pair of baggy jeans. Don’t forget to throw in a pop of color — try hot pink leather gloves or shoes.”

Marissa Webb Frankie Sherpa Coated Canvas Trench in French Beige, $598

Crystal’s perfect autumn day on the East End: “Layering everyone up and taking my family to the beach. There is nothing like a crisp walk on the beach and then a quick bite at one of my new favorite local spots Dopo il Ponte in Bridgehampton.”

Giving Back: Every Mother Counts is Blue One’s favorite charity to partner with for giving back. 

Website: shopblueone.com

Address: 2397 Montauk Highway, Bridgehampton

Instagram: @shopblueone

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