Hey ya'll, happy September! With this new month comes jewel tones, cozy blankets, plaid, and pumpkin everything and I am SO excited! Have you already had your first PSL (pumpkin spice latte)? Because I know I have - even if it was frozen! 


Wear Now & Later: Summer to Fall Transition Pieces


It's so hard for me to see so many adorable items hitting stores this time of year knowing I'm not going to be able to wear them (without drenching them in sweat) for at least another month! I feel like I never have anything to wear in September - I either look like I'm headed to the beach (I wish) or I'm hot all day long in long sleeves and layers. This year I'm determined to be better about stocking up on transitional pieces to carry me seamlessly from summer to fall. 


Pom Pom Clutch

One trend that I have been obsessing over this summer has been pom poms (see my favorite pieces   here!), so when I found this fun  clutch that has been all over  Instagram I knew I HAD to have it. I love the whimsical feel that the pom poms brings to this bright, summery outfit; this clutch is perfect for dressing up a casual summer outfit for a brunch date or cocktails on a patio! 


Sweet Stripes

pattern mixing and sweet date night outfit
Happy Sunday! I'm getting this post up a little late today because I've been laying around and sleeping in - so I'm just assuming you all are doing the same! It's actually starting to cool off a little here in Dallas and making me super excited for fall! Its getting to that point in the summer when I'm over all the summer styles and I'm ready to cozy up in a sweater and watch college football (2 more weeks! Geaux Tigers!), unfortunately "cooling off" in Dallas, TX means the high is 85 not 105...hardly sweater weather. 

The ability to transcend seasons is one thing that I love about this fun, feminine midi skirt, it's definitely a great transitional piece for your wardrobe whether it's worn with tights or a crop top. I've styled midi skirts for cooler weather  here and  here.

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