Fall Fashion Shopping List: What Something Navy Blogger Arielle Nachmani Is Buying

In this three-part series, we reached out to influential style bloggers to see what they are adding to their closets for fall 2014. Here’s what’s on Something Navy founder Arielle Nachmani’s list.


Something Navy’s Arielle Nachmani


AE Jeggings, $30, ae.com

“I’ve always been a fan of American Eagle jeans because I love the way their denim fits me. I would pair these vintage-inspired so-gray-they’re-almost white jeans with anything from sweaters, turtlenecks, and blouses to a cute worn-in tee.”


Mansur Gavirel backpack, $745, net-a-porter.com

“I love the idea of giving my one shoulder a rest and looking chic while doing it, thanks to this Mansur Gavriel backpack. I would wear this with anything from skinny jeans to a feminine dress!”


Petit Bateau Mariniere striped cotton-jersey top, $95, net-a-porter.com

“I’ve been wearing Petit Bateau since I was a little girl. I love the simple striped long sleeves and the thicker material for the fall. When paired with my new backpack and the American Eagle vintage gray skinny jeans I’ve got an awesome off-duty look.”


Christian Louboutin Tounoir leopard-print calf-hair ankle boots, $1,195, net-a-porter.com

“This probably goes for a ton of gals, but I love my shoes, and Christian Louboutin is a personal favorite. I’m normally a heels girl, but these leopard-print ankle boots with a small heel stole my heart. I see myself wearing them with black leather leggings and an oversize sweater.”


AE Jegging shirt, $45, ae.com

“I picked out this American Eagle denim jegging button-down to wear to the Budweiser Made in America festival over Labor Day weekend and will wear it for months after. It’s the perfect color for a button-down, and I love the idea of mixing light denim with gray skinny jeans.”


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