As the change of season has come, it never seemed a better time for us at Darling to look for a place to curate a new look; that place became Shoptiques, an online destination for boutique and favorite brands that we absolutely love. Managing Editor Teresa Archer spent some time selecting favorite looks and pieces for this autumn that we think are 100% Darling.

Click through below to shop our full selection of picks:

Shop the rest of our picks HERE on Shoptiques!



  1. Hello all! Recently I have been battling with a lot of personal issues. Friends and doctors keep telling me I should consider taking pills, so I may as well interaction and see how it goes. Problem is, I haven’t taken it for a while, and don’t wanna get back to it, we’ll see how it goes.

  2. This is a cute idea and the choices are nice, but if you do this in the future it’d be great to see more ethical clothing brands. I know Darling has written some pieces on consumerism and the damage of fast fashion. Consistent ethical fashion habits can’t be formed over night, even for a magazine, but you have the opportunity to go against the grain and provide better options unlike other women’s sites/magazines. I’m not a 100% ethical shopper yet, but it’s always encouraging to see magazines and broader culture partaking in the change as well.

    1. Thanks for your comment, Ally! You’re right, we definitely support ethical and sustainable brands where we can, and we will continue to. The larger part of this collaboration wasn’t just about the clothes, but also because we know the women behind Shoptiques and how they make it a point to reach out to smaller, unknown boutiques — a lot of which are also run by women in areas that are unable to gain exposure to a global market without something like Shoptiques to host them. So it’s a win on the small business front and we want to support those, too. It won’t always be perfect, but we are trying nonetheless 🙂 Thanks for your support!

  3. Good evening Ms. Archer,
    I thought a lot of the items you chose were cute and fashionable. However, as a woman who is plus size I am unable to purchase any of the clothing you suggested.
    I would like to request that the next time you all put together your list that you include some items that those of us who are plus size could purchase.
    I know that as humans sometimes when things aren’t part of our every day lives they don’t tend to be at our conscious finger tips.
    There are some really great plus size clothing lines and bloggers out there.
    Thank you in advance and I really enjoy Darling.

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