The Fashion Edit with HSN

Danielle Nicole burgundy python purse

Floral Skirt  /  Purse

I’m talking fall fashion with HSN today! I picked out three items from their Fall Fashion Collection, The Fashion Edit (which includes brands like Jessica Simpson, IMAN, Vince Camuto and June Ambrose) to style and review.

First up is a G by Guiliana green plaid pencil skirt. It’s made out of a nice, thick wool-like material that’s the perfect mix of structured and stretchy. G by Guiliana also offers a plaid shirt and plaid pants in this same print, and they come in three colors - green, maroon and white - with both regular and plus size, so there are lots of choices. I can’t get enough plaid for fall and I experimented with two ways to wear this skirt so far: with a black lace top and sequin clutch for a holiday event, and with a graphic sweater and cognac shoes for a a preppy fall look.

The second skirt I chose is a June Ambrose floral tube skirt, in a soft, stretchy neoprene-like material. I love dark florals for fall and winter and this print also comes in a sheath dress. I styled my skirt two ways: with a chambray top and black peep toe booties for fall, and with a pink sleeveless top to wear now. You may also recognize two HSN favorites in these outfits - both the fringe clutch and peep toe booties are from HSN last year!

Last but not least, I chose a maroon Danielle Nicole crossbody purse. This color is so hot for fall and I have nothing in my closet like it. I love the python accent and the interesting shape, and it’s super affordable at $69. (All three items in today’s post are under $80!)

Check out some more of my HSN favorites below. Which outfit in today’s post is your favorite? 

HSN Fall 2015 new arrivals

Iman  /  Iman  /  June Ambrose  /  Jessica Simpson
Charles David  /  G by Guiliana  /  Vince Camuto  /  June Ambrose
G by Guiliana  /  Danielle Nicole  /  Melissa McCarthy  /  Vince Camuto

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