KULE Fall/Winter 2014 Lookbook

If you've been following Second Floor Flat, you may have noticed that I have kind of an obsession with KULE. (You may have noticed because I write about them, like, every day.)

So when KULE's fall/winter 2014 collection was first released a few weeks back, I was yet again blown over by both the product offering and the incredible styling.

Aside from the excellent quality and beauty of the individual pieces in the collection, one thing that always strikes me with KULE lookbooks is the consistency. You really know who the KULE girl is – no matter how much the pieces in the collection vary, they're all speaking the same language. And trust, that can be a hard thing to pull off.

Here are a few of my favorite KULE fall/winter 2014 looks

Gorgeous, right? 

If you're in the mood to buy everything like I am, rest assured you can shop the entire collection here

Lemlem's Fall 2014 Merino Collection

Though it was founded in 2007, Lemlem was really only brought to my attention earlier this year. Started by supermodel/mama/WHO Goodwill Ambassador/superperson Liya Kebede, the line incorporates the traditional weaving techniques used in her native Ethiopia into clothing, accessories, and home goods.

My feelings about a celebrity starting a "do good" brand are always mixed. I want to believe that intentions are genuine, but you just never know. But Lemlem feels a little different, and Kebede has always struck me as someone out to do real good, not to mention the fact that the line has proven itself within the industry, so I'm going with it.

Also, their stuff is great and I adore the colors, shapes, and styling used in their Fall 2014 Merino Collection: