The two of us are as sensitive to the style and outfitting of our living environment as we are to our individual closets. Having a mom who's a talented interior decorator has made us hyper aware of furniture, lighting, decor, and all the details that come together to make a home a true reflection of one's self. As adults, it's become more and more obvious to us how decor and fashion can fall hand-in-hand to demonstrate an aesthetic a person chooses for both. The items we choose for home space definitely reflect our personal styles. With fall fashion upon us and new home decor pieces are also being released for the season, we paired some of our favorite West Elm items with runway looks we feel compliment and mimic the home pieces.
Glass Disc Chandelier // Honor. We love how the minimalistic flowers and soft hues of the gown seem similar to the glass discs of the chandelier. Both are fresh (and feminine) but also feel traditional rather than trendy and the slight 70s vibe could work in so many different spaces.
Oswald Tufted Slipper Chair // J.Crew. Clean lines with edgy masculine details make this look and this slipper chair a perfect match. Both feel pretty but not precious (very important as clothes and furniture both endure wear and tear) and there’s a mid-century undertone that’s so versatile in fashion and home.
Droplet Glass Pendant // Giambattista Valli Haute Couture. Layers of texture make for exquisite details…this fluffy gown is a total showstopper and so is this glass pendant. While the dress isn’t completely wearable for everyday (le sigh) we love how it’s causally accessorized and likewise, the pendant is “fancy” but would look perfect with a simple dining situation.
Sadie Arm Chair // Roksanda Ilinčić. Tailored construction with perfect voluminous details is hard to achieve in both fashion and furniture but it’s obvious in both the look and the chair. The slight curve of the arm on the chair keeps it from being too contemporary and makes it look approachable and comfortable.
Eclipse Chandelier Halo // Giambattista Valli Haute Couture. A classic blouse meets a detailed, floral skirt and a classic chandelier shape meets blown-glass shades that angle up and out. Neither the outfit nor the light fixture would work without having timeless construction anchoring them.
Brentwood Slipper Chair // J.Crew. The mix of blue tones and denim washes is what makes this single hued outfit standout. Likewise, the slipper chair is simple but the small scale print gives it dimension and depth. The tailored design of the chair is like a great pair of jeans or a chambray shirt – both feel comfortable while looking great.
Enameled Metal Industrial Pendant // Carmen Marc Valvo. A little metallic on the top meets streamlined and a-line on the bottom. This industrial pendant has a familiar “factory chic” vibe that’s instantly recognizable and comforting just as a skirt and top combination with a cinched in waist is a timeless classic that always feels right.