Happy September my friends! I hope you had a wonderful three day weekend like I did. I still cannot believe that the Fall semester is already here! I don’t know about you but I sure am ready for scarves and boots! I’m excited to share with you that today I teamed up with the beautiful Cynthia from Sensibly Sharp to share how we transition from summer to fall living in the South. This past weekend it was over 95 degrees every day! Unfortunately that kind of weather doesn’t really allow us Georgia girls to throw on our boots and sweaters just yet. This is why I make it a slow transition to fall attire, so come October- I’m wearing only boots, pants, and sweaters. Also, keep in mind- just because its “fall” doesn’t necessarily mean you have to put all your pretty pastels away. You just need to incorporate them into your fall clothing!
One of my favorite patterns to wear year long are stripes. I wear striped tank tops, sweaters, and dresses all year long because they are easy to transition with. In my pictures I am wearing my H & M Striped Tank top with white pants, my colorful HM Willow bracelets, and my Cycle of Style necklace. I easily transitioned this outfit for fall by switching the white pants for denim, statement necklace for a scarf, and soft colored HM Willow bracelets. Since its still really warm here in Atlanta- I stuck with wedges instead of boots. You could continue the transition to cooler weather by wearing boots, a thicker scarf, and a light brown cardigan. Pretty easy right? If you have any questions please feel free to message me! I will post another more “fall toned” outfit like this next month when it starts to cool off.
A special thanks to my very talented photographer Chloe for todays blog post pictures. Chloe, from Chloe Clark Photography, specializes in food and product photography. She is very professional and easy to work with. If you are interested in contacting Chloe for an affordable quote, please visit her website www.chloeclark.foliohd.com or shoot her an e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
And don’t forget to visit Sensibly Sharp to see how Cynthia transitions floral patterns. Isn’t her top just to die for?
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