Styling the FEED Bag Fall Collection

I'm excited to share that FEED’s Fall Collection has arrived! I always feel good supporting this brand. Lauren Bush has created a socially conscious company that always nails the fashion component. This fall, the FEED collection features brand new essentials including my favorite new messenger bag. This week I'm styling the FEED Bag Fall Collection to get you inspired to shop for a cause.

The FEED Bag Fall Collection includes a go-anywhere canvas backpack, lunchboxes in fresh fall colors and a bunch of cool bags to store your mom gear. When you shop FEED you always know the quality will be great and with every purchase, FEED provides meals for children struggling with hunger.

Styling the FEED Bag Fall Collection

Styling the FEED Field Messenger

The Olive Field Messenger is a versatile city bag. It's got a nice bit of structure thanks to the sturdy canvas. You can use it as a tote or a cross-body bag thanks to the removable crossbody strap. Inside you'll get a simple pocket to stash your phone or keys.

NEW! Now you can personalize FEED bags with your initials. Shop the Field Messenger Bag $138.00 (Gives 50 School Meals with Purchase) here.

Styling the FEED Bag Fall Collection

Styling the FEED Messenger Bag

To make this a city look I wanted to show you the colors I wear in fall. A lot of grey mixed with denim and a few autumnal hues. I added a favorite pair of Ralph Lauren cropped jeans and these new booties from Naturalizer. They're called the Zarie and I love this rich coppery-tan color. The boot has a great heel that gives me a boost of height while also being completely walkable. Shop the bootie at here.

I paired the bag with the Roll Up Tee from cabi and layered on the Cloak Cardigan (also from cabi).

If you're in DUMBO Brooklyn, head to the FEED flagship store and cafe to shop this collection. 

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