Fashion + Design

#sbestyle: Fall Fashion with Wildfox

August 19, 2015
Written by: Aneesha Dubois
Wildfox Public Relations Manager
Photos taken by Chase McCurdy

Grab your knits, leather and denim – fall fashion is officially here! Fashion Darling and Wildfox PR maven Aneesha Dubois joined us at The Library at The Redbury Hotel for an afternoon of fierce fashions we can’t help but fall for. Check out her looks in our latest #sbestyle spotlight for your most stylish season yet!



Bellbottoms are not just a 70’s thing, you can actually fit them into your wardrobe regularly. The key is to find a pair in a solid color, preferably denim fabric, and then match it to your personal style. For instance, they can be worn with a loose-fitted tee, sunnies and a low heel for a casual look or paired with a fitted, sleeveless top for a more dressed up look. Always remember to wear a heel with just enough height so that your shoe is completely hidden and your pants are somewhat sweeping the ground.

Credits: Denim is by American Apparel.


I used to shy away from anything faded but it’s actually one of my favorite looks to play around with. Be confident in pairing different shades of one color, some faded by accident, to achieve a solid outfit and then add a pop of color, like I did with the red snood. The pizza, camera and heart patches on the snood add a playful vibe and the distressed denim gives it a vintage feel.

Credits: Both the snood and tee are Wildfox. Jeans are ASOS.


Having an outfit that can go from lounge-wear to out-the-door is essential! And I’m a huge fan of sweats with heels. Try pairing your favorite sweats and sweatshirt with a pair of open-toe heels. I added another style element here with harem sweats. The key is to make sure you’re sweats are a size too big. You always want the semi-roomy look.

Credits: Wildfox and Shoedazzle


Oversized sweaters are a necessity for Fall. There’s so many ways to wear it like with a pair of distressed boyfriend jeans and perforated booties. I’m all for adding my personal touch so my uneven cuffs are on purpose.


For a dressed up yet dress down look, pair loose-fitted shorts with a sweater and ankle gladiator sandals. The frayed bottoms of the shorts, back-slits and hem in the sweater add a bit of attitude.

Credits: Denim is by ONE. Shirt is Lovers & Friends.


Denim on denim will forever be one of my favorite looks. You can even go as far as pairing different denim washes. Wearing this particular outfit with anything but flats would have totally changed the look, especially since the mini skirt is so fitted. Finishing the outfit with Birkenstocks was the perfect way to add the casually-chic element to it.

Credits: Denim vest and skirt are Wildfox. Tank is H&M.