Cream into Fall

Hello Lovelies,

It may not be super apparent from the outfits I wear, but I am a huge sucker for light colors–whites, creams, light beiges, light blushes–and the combinations of those all. I also do not like to conform to the rule of “NO WHITE after Labor Day!” To me texture and the combination of materials make a given outfit more fitting for a season than it’s color. Of course that is not true of every color, but I cannot even think of one I would not wear during a particular season–well, maybe watermelon in January would be a miss. Hehe! πŸ˜›

Speaking of creams, I have found yet another perfect transition-into-fall dress. Meet the SHEIN Button Detail Raw Edge Tweed Dress. She has summer charm as she is pinafore, but that also makes her the perfect piece to layer–just add a slim shirt underneath, a set of leggings, your favorite over-the-knee boots and you are all set for a cooler October/November day. Her cream color and golden button accents make her shine on a sunny warm day and would sure be a ray of light on a moodier fall one. Being made from 100% cotton makes the Button Detail Raw Edge Tweed Dress comfortable for any weather conditions. Tweed is also very fall so that makes the dress bridge the two seasons perfectly! The raw hem and splits also add visual interest welcomed any time of the year. πŸ™‚

Do you like wearing dresses in all seasons? If so here are some options for you to explore! πŸ˜‰

Love always,

Marieta

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Brick – The Perfect Transition Color

Hello Lovelies,

I hope everyone’s LDW was one filled with fun and a lot of summer inspired activities. I am not ready to let go of my favorite season, so I keep on ordering summer dresses and calling those my transition pieces, hehe! Self-deception works in some cases…

Meet my latest obsession the SHEIN Belted Button Up Ruffle Cuff Dress. She first grabbed my attention with her subtle brick color–reminded me of a fall leaf and hence inspired me to see it as a dress I could actually wear into September, October, November. Of course it was more than just the color that caught my eye. The dress spoke to me in a vintage inspired language which extenuates your waist with the belt, guides your eye from the v-neck down the buttons and to the A-line bottom of the dress. The ruffled sleeves add femininity to the vintage character of this cute dress.

On a warm day you can pair the Belted Button Up Ruffle Cuff Dress with some slides and a light-colored bag to make those buttons pop even further. To transition this dress to fall just throw a leather jacket on, some boots or booties, a darker bag and voila–you will be warm and chic! Incorporating a head band to the look would add to that vintage feel–try it is is a lot of fun! πŸ˜‰

Have you discovered your favorite transition piece already? If not or would like to add more, the Belted Button Up Ruffle Cuff Dress is waiting for you! πŸ™‚

Happy rest of your week, loves!

Love Always,

Marieta