Gray Matters

Fashion October 1st, 2013


Gray Matters


We happen to think that gray is the new black this season. Get the latest fashion in our favorite hue for fall!

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If you’re always searching for the perfect tshirt then consider your search over. This super soft cotton Loup T-shirt is vintage in fit, washes like a dream and fits long and flattering in the body.


This Charcoal Cashmere Scarf from A. Barclay is a generous size and some of the nicest cashmere we’ve ever felt. The herringbone weave of a charcoal yarn and black yarn combine to make the most beautiful hue. We think this will become your go-to winter accessory in no time.


Gerald & Stewart has been making premium outerwear in Boston for the US Navy since 1941. This Duffle Coat from the Fidelity series combines their classic construction with a more tailored fit.


Michelle Vale’s Balance Tote in Fossil Grey is the perfect go everywhere bag. It is sized to hold all of your belongings without weighing you down. We also love the gold handles for some added flair!

Second row, from left:


These Gray Suede Pumps from Susan van der Linde are oozing with taste. The cutout bows give them just enough flair to standout without being flashy.


This boxy HELMUT by Helmut Lang Sweater features a sharp V neckline and ribbed banding at the hem. The relaxed silhouette is accentuated by the varied hemline.


We love all of Roarke’s brightly colored pieces, but something about this Gray Chiffon Necklace with gunmetal beading really caught our eye.  The texture and pattern of this piece truly make it one of a kind.

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Tank Citi’s Short Sleeved Raincoat would look great over the sweater above for a tone on tone look. The flattering cut keeps you from looking any sloppier than you need to on a rainy day!

About Julia Reed

Julia Reed is a columnist at Garden & Gun magazine and a contributing editor at Elle Décor. She also contributes to The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, and The New York Times, and makes frequent appearances on MSNBC. She is the author of five books, including But Mama Always Put Vodka in the Sangria, Adventures in Eating, Drinking and Making Merry and One Man’s Folly, The Exceptional Houses of Furlow Gatewood.

One Comment to “Gray Matters”

  1. Peggy Crockett says:

    I don’t know how you found me- but I love your picks! and I have always loved Julia Reed. Now that I know she is involved, I will continue- she’s from the South; thus, she has class and taste! thanks

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