Fall is here and while i adore Summer, i couldn't be more ready to embrace my favorite season! Bring on the sweaters, booties and pumpkin spice errrrthang! Early Fall weather can make things a bit tricky when it comes to selecting your ootd. After all, mornings and evenings are nippy but often times I'm fanning myself in the early afternoon because it's so dang hot! This is why it's important to layer! Layering is also a great way to extend the wear of some of your favorite Summer pieces! Take this dress for instance... it's just a simple, flowy and super comfy black dress that i wore often this Summer! It was such an easy piece because i could dress it up or dress it down. Well, as i transition my wardrobe into the Fall, i can simply top this dress with my favorite jackets and booties and I'm ready to go!
I'm on such an olive kick it's insane! In fact, even my most recent jeep purchase is reflective of this color obsession of mine! Naturally, when i spotted this gorgeous jacket for $21 i did the happy dance a few times over in the store! Would you ever know it cost less than a couple trips to Starbucks? I'm in love and i believe it comes in a few color options! Another timeless option is a fitted denim jacket. You can never go wrong with a denim jacket over a dress. It's such a timeless yet fun look that I'll never grow sick of. This necklace adds a wonderful pop of color and compliments the olive toned jacket as well as the denim jacket beautifully! These booties are not only chic but are so comfy! I can't be bothered with shoes that pinch my feet! Trust me, I've been there done that but I'm over it!
How sweet is my little fur sister Shanti Lily?!
Lastly, you need to have a great bag for Fall. Camel toned bags have always been a Fall obsession of mine. This new addition to my Fall wardrobe is everything. I have yet to put it down. It's roomy, stylish and super functional! An absolute must in my opinion!
So lets chat... what are your favorite transitional Fall pieces? Thanks so much for reading! Xo, Carla
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