This time of year can be hard to dress for. It’s still summer/hot and you’re sick of seersucker and flip flops and you’re starting to think ahead to fall. It’s a weird in between time in fashion. Stores all have fall out so it’s all you see and all you want. The past few years I’ve started to try to slowly transition to fall while still wearing appropriate clothing. I wanted to share 10 looks to take you into fall. About half will work while it’s still hot and the other half once it actually cools down a bit.
[show_shopthepost_widget id=”2798042″] A printed maxi dress like this one is great for transitional dressing. I went with colors that are autumn appropriate and added a felt hat and booties.
My army jacket might be the most worn item in my closet October-April. It’s extremely versatile and wearable with everything from workout clothes to dresses. a fall colored maxi dress is your best bet! This one lasted my whole pregnancy and I’m still wearing it. Bring a denim jacket to layer!
Another plaid that I styled with bare legs. A suede skirt is another great piece this time of year – and will work with tights once temps drop.
over the knee boots. It’s still way too early to bust these out (I wait until at least October) but when it’s time you can pair them with a light weight dress for a seasionally appropriate look.
Thank you so much for reading! I want to end the post a little differently today, it’s truly heartbreaking watching the devestation in Houston, even being this far away, I want to share a couple ways we can help.
American Red Cross -which provides emergency assistance and disaster relief, is seeking donations to help victims of Hurricane Harvey. The organization is urging people to make a minimum donation of $10 by calling 1-800-RED CROSS or texting HARVEY to 90999.
The Texas Diaper Bank is in need of monetary and diaper donations to provide kits to displaced families. As a new mother I can’t imagine not having diapers for my baby, it’s heartbreaking to think about. Donations can be made at texasdiaperbank.