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Tog and Porter: Fall Wardrobe Essentials

This past spring I collaborated with Tog and Porter, a virtual personal stylish and shopper, to come up with some outfits for spring (you can see my post about it here on my blog). Now we’re looking at incorporating some of these looks and my own items into my fall wardrobe.

To give you an idea on how it works, you jump on Skype and have a call where they ask you a bunch of questions about what your needs are, your measurements, your style, etc. Then you wait for your box in the mail…

Keep reading to learn more about Tog and Porter and see how I put the looks together…

When the box arrives, you jump on a call again and go over each piece and how to make them work together and with the current pieces you have. Then you send back anything you don’t want, and keep what you love! There’s no ‘fee’ associated with the stylist, clothes are paid for up front, with a refund issued upon return.  See more details about it here. I loved the idea of incorporating the new items with the ones you already have. Who wants to buy a whole new wardrobe each season? Actually, let me re-phrase that: who can afford to buy a whole new wardrobe each season?

Here are some looks I put together with my fall box:

I really wanted a chiffon top and I love the one she picked especially with those printed pants. Also, those Sam Edelman boots? I’ve been wearing them non-stop!

These turquoise pants are such an awesome color, and they go great with the bird top from the spring box.

When I had my pre-shopping consultation I also just recently purchased a leather jacket and wanted to experiment with different looks to go with it. I love the chiffon top and this striped pencil skirt with the jacket. Such a hot combination — and there are those Sam Edelman boots again!

Does this sound like a service that appeals to you? Would you ever consider using a virtual personal stylist/shopper?

Clothing was courtesy of Tog and Porter, although the opinions expressed here are my own.

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