To me, fall goes hand-in-hand with Navajo-inspired knitwear. There’s something so cozy about designs that borrow from Southwestern cultures- the signature prints bring to mind soft Navajo blankets, and the standard sunny color palate screams “autumn”!
This fall, stylehaus got in on the Navajo-inspired action in an updated way: with signature prints in unexpected color ways. I’ve been thinking about how to incorporate these new items into my own wardrobe, and I’ve come to the conclusion that both pieces are must-haves!
The black and blue Navajo-printed tee shirt is a no brainer for me. I’m always searching for fun basics that are easy to throw on with my skinny jeans, and this tee fits the bill perfectly. Its tissue-thin material is great for layering, too- I’ll probably top it with a leather jacket or a royal blue blazer.
Speaking of layering, I know I’m going to get a ton of use out of this draped cardigan. Since it’s black and white, it’ll be easy to mix-and-match it with my current wardrobe (which, surprise surprise, is mostly black and white!), and the print will bring some intrigue to basic outfits. I’m going to wear it this weeked with black leather pants, a black tank, and layers of silver necklaces.
Want to try out the Navajo look? You can get the tee ($64) and the cardi ($165) at stylehaus!