I’ve found the transition between summer and fall to be a bit awkward in terms of fashion. It’s definitely difficult to get into the autumnal spirit while it’s still 80 degrees here in San Diego. I guess that’s just part of living in SoCal…not that I’m complaining about the year-round beautiful beach weather!
The sunny skies would explain why the outfit I’m sharing today is more tailored to warmer weather. The heat hasn’t allowed for knits and layers just yet! Whatever the temperature is like where you’re at, I hope you can gather some inspiration from this look!
You may know that I’ve had quite the obsession with bardot tops, and you won’t see me ditching ’em anytime soon! But if you happen to be sick of the off-the-shoulder trend, one-shoulder tops are a refreshing alternative. They still allow you to bare a bit of shoulder and collarbone, but the asymmetrical twist will have people doing a double-take! I purchased mine on sale at Urban Outfitters; some similar ones are linked here, here and here.
A black miniskirt is a great transition piece as we head into the fall. While summer style tends to be light in color and airy in fabric, a black corduroy or velvet skirt can be worn for a slightly edgy look on a sunny day. On the other hand, pairing it with a cropped sweater, tights and booties is perfect for the cooler months! Some skirts similar to the one I’m wearing are linked here, here and here.
I think it goes without saying, but everyone needs a pair of white sneakers in their closet. I’ve been wearing my Adidas on repeat for obvious reasons- they’re versatile, comfortable and go with just about anything!
These rounded cat-eye sunglasses have been my go-to pair of sunnies lately. I love the glamorous shape and the mosaic print; plus, the blues and purples tied in nicely with the lilac color of my top! It also didn’t hurt that they were under $20 (on sale for $10 now!)…Urban Outfitters is definitely my top pick for affordable and trendy sunglasses.
If you see me wearing jewelry, there’s a 99% chance that it’s gold and dainty. This gold choker is one of my favorites! Because of its simplicity, this necklace looks great layered with others, but I decided to let it stand on its own this time.
I hope you all enjoyed this post and I’m wishing you a lovely week ahead! To those being affected by Hurricane Irma, you are in my thoughts and prayers!