Fall Fashion

Jack Straw's Fall Look Book

A chilly, cozy, and slightly sinister look at the new season.

By Jeremy Buben October 3, 2014

This week's obsession: Jack Straw's just-out fall look book. The moody shots of autumn arrivals are full of cozy clothes in the boutique's trendy-yet-timeless style—featuring textures, unique details, and brands sourced from Belgium, Japan, and Italy.

Aiming to set the seasonal tone, the look book was photographed by Miles Fortune at the arboretum and styled by Jack Straw's own Lenna Petersen, who told us that they wanted the vibe to be super Northwest, but also chilly, cozy, and slightly sinister.

Petersen's pick from the book: a dark green Engineered Garments three-piece suit (below). "It's gorgeous; it fits beautifully...it's just incredible," she said.

Our pick: the swoon-worthy, heavily patterned Menä Perhonen wool coat (above).

Get up-close with the fall edit this Sunday, October 5 from 4 to 7 during the store's official grand re-opening party in its killer new space next to Baby and Co. on First Ave.

Seattle Met’s style editor spots the trends and tells where and when to hit the hottest sales and bargains. See an example!


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