Interrupting Life for a Brief Blog Post (and Elie Tahari)

OMG, got so much going on y’all! Can’t share anything just yet, but I’m super excited about it! Life is moving at blinding speed in my world—how I wish I had more time to visit all of you and see what’s going on in your worlds too. Please forgive me. I am so grateful for all your sweet comments and words of encouragement and feel like a total loser for not having the time lately to post more often here and comment on your posts. I hope to have some more time to visit soon.

Until I can divulge what’s going (in a couple weeks), how ’bout a slice of this delish Elie Tahari pie? These fall 2011 collection looks are enough to keep me satiated and content all winter long. Behold:

You should check out the entire fall 2011 collection—it’s everything I love about fashion: contradictions, indulgent textures, a hint of femme fatale drama. Restrained, but pure over-the-top-ness, just like I like it.

Speaking of fall, I’m thrilled and pleasantly chilled by the cooler temps, and I’m thinking the WVW posts are going to resume soon since melting while shooting photos outside is no longer a possibility. (Can I get an amen?) This is my season. I’m breaking out all my boots, the furs, the dark lippie and dark nails, the whole lot.

So, you. Tell me what you love about fall fashion. What are you totally excited to wear?


  1. Can’t wait to hear what else is going on with you! Fall weather is definitely the best for breaking out the good fashion – when it finally cooperates.

  2. Oooh can’t wait to hear your exciting news! I can totally see you in everything from the Elie Tahari collection. You make one fine femme fatale, Vahni 😉 I’m so glad that it’s finally cooling off for you. Fall is the best season! I’m looking forward to boots, cozy knits,dark nail polish and layers upon layers. It’s so much fun! xo

  3. No worries about being away. Whatever you’re doing must be awesome; we can wait. *big hugs*

    As for me, I look forward to wearing my blue plaid wool pea coat once it’s been repaired and dry-cleaned; will have to wait a week or so to get it back.

    Finally: Yay for not melting for outfit posts! Can’t wait to see the next WVW installment! Bisous ! xoxoxoxoxo

  4. Love Eli Tahari! That one with the fur jacket over the python skirt is a favorite – I so want a fur jacket.
    Anyway, have fun on your adventures! I’m looking forward to hearing what’s going on!


  5. Can’t wait to see what you have going on girl! I’m already excited for you!

    I really wish I could rock the faux fur but I’m looking forward to layering this Fall (when the weather gets to below 80!)

  6. I thought you would be busy, and I am sooooooooooooo glad for you my dear friend.
    I hope that all the fabulous things you deserve come your way.
    Much love.

  7. Hello! I love the whole collection I have to say; Eli Tahari rocks big time! I especially love the animal print and fur combos! I am most looking forward to rocking some awesome animal print, lace detailed pieces and boots, boots and more boots!

    I understand being busy, trust me, I work FT and do my blog 😉 Happy to hear things are going well for you and I look forward to hearing what you “have in the works”; I’m sure it’s exciting!

  8. Oooohhh! Secrecy and intrigue! I can’t wait to see what you have up your fashionable sleeve! I am so happy it is boot, jacket, hat and glove season!! Love Fall fashion!! Hate cold rainy weather though!! Love the items you posted up here. Especially the snakeskin pencil skirt!

  9. Fun collection, but a little too much happening there for me… Unfortunately, I’m stuck in summer the whole year. Miss my boots! I will have 2 weeks of winter weather in December. So that will be my only chance to get a few winter WIWs

  10. Can’t wait to read all about what you have going on once you can divulge. I love fall, I love how the air smells, the temperature, the leaves changing (although I no longer get much of that in FL) and the holidays. I look forward to wearing layers and dusting off my boots.

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