The heat broke in Kent over Labor Day weekend, and transitional summer-to-fall weather is on the horizon and well on its way in. As the thermometer begins to drop, don’t be afraid to layer your playful summer favorites with cozy fall staples.
This tribal inspired Glam dress from NOTO provides the perfect splash of color underneath an oversized Diesel sweater from Sanity. Keeping up with the tribal motif (a trend seen everywhere on the fall runways), pair the look with neutral, earthy accessories.
Chocolate thigh-high Chinese Laundry boots provide just enough leg coverage, and the braided suede belt cinches all extra fabric in for a shapelier silhouette. Topped with a large leaf pendant necklace and fringe shoulder bag by Let Them Eat Cake, the overall look is youthful and comfortable — perfect for running errands, shopping with friends or heading off to class.
This dress is so light and flouncy that it can easily be tucked in to transform it into a tank! Simply fold the bottom twice so that the extra material doesn’t appear bunchy, and you have a whole new look.
While the weather is still warm, pair it with cotton capri trousers and detailed sandals for an indie vibe that would also be comfortable for class.
The addition of a scarf is a great transitional piece for fall, but warm weather may suggest a headscarf instead or even a floral statement necklace that would make this look more feminine.
This dress has a great style and flow to it that you can really wear it anywhere. I like to make things a little bit more feminine. To do this, just add some great accessories that contrast in color to the dress.
Put colorful bangles on like these Reiki ones. Just remember to play up color. Put on a belt in a similar color to the bangles to break up the pattern on the dress. This belt is great because it is not too distracting and has a nice width.
Keep up with the girly style and add a cute pair of neutral wedges. These Nature Breeze wedges are simple and have a neutral brown color that is perfect with any outfit.
— PHOTOS BY THOMAS SONG
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