Hot Fall Looks and Those Who Sell Them

The county’s most stylish local boutique owners and buyers sound off on autumn trends



“Items that have leather on them and cashmere sweaters, of course! The colors are navy ink, and both black and brown are back in. Also, black-and-white prints.” —Ruthie Zeide, owner of Ruthie’Z in Armonk
Leather! Leather! Leather! Everything has leather on it. Peplum leather tops, leather dresses with the exposed zipper, and leggings with leather inserts are all big.” —Robin White, owner of New York Dolls in Mount Kisco
 “Definitely a lot of embellishments, rhinestones, and studs. Still going strong is leather, suede, and fur accents and there’s a lot of green and burgundy in the market color-wise.” —Melissa Mor, store buyer for Angela’s in Rye
“There are a lot of colors like purples and pinks with accents of marigold and yellowy shades, and navy, because we like navy! Also military-inspired, color-blocking, and texture with more pattern.” —Robin Mizrahi, owner of Pamela Robbins in Scarsdale
“Aside from leather trims, we’re doing a lot of blouses—all different kinds of dressy and sheer. The blouse category is back for us.” —Ellen Grad, owner of E.B. Barrett in Larchmont
“We’re most excited about the return of clean, dark denim. It’s flattering for every body type and easily transitions from day to night.” —Sheryl Blit, owner of Havana Jeans in Scarsdale and Rye 


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