the French Five | Lauren Lail

Next up we have the French Five Fall selections of Lauren Lail, owner of Library by Lauren Lail.  Lauren isn't technically a blogger like the rest of the French Five selections we've been sharing, but we LOVE Lauren's style.  She has a perfect "not trying to hard, but always in style" look.  Lauren is owner and curator of Library, a collection of vintage finds that she shows off online and in her Charleston studio at 1630-1 Meeting Street.  You can check out all of her finds on her online boutique here, and the five pieces she's loving for fall are below!

More from Lauren on her picks below....

No1 - Prairie Dress - I picked this dress because it was simple, but not too basic.  You can easily layer a sweater and belt over it or add tights and boots for another look.  It's a dress you can change the look of with different styling each time it's worn.  

No2 - Edie Tunic -  I love the color of the tunic and again think it would be so pretty layered over or under something for Fall since it has the longer length.  Think cropped sweater with that pretty hint of blue peaking out of the bottom. 

No3 - Troy Ankle Boot - I loved the two tone on these boots and while I normally would go for a little bit of a heel, I saw these as a great everyday/gets lots of wear addition to my 5 pieces.

No4 - Daft Pant - This pant is new to our collection this Fall and I can't stop wearing them!  They are crazy comfortable and look good styled with tons of different colors.  I love that you can wear them day to night. (Note from MK - love these!  I've been loving patterned pants lately because they make me feel instantly "dressed".)

No5 - Lim Cardigan -  A cardigan seemed necessary when only choosing 5 items, because of the layering possibilities.  This one was heavy enough to wear as a coat (at least in the South) and light enough to wear as a sweater to layer an ensemble.

Thank you so much for sharing Lauren!  Guys, Lauren always has the best, most unusual finds.  It's seriously so much fun to look through all of her vintage finds if you're looking for something that you won't find anywhere else.  Take a look!

~Mary Keller


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