I am All About That Bass part 1

Now that summer is winding down, it is time to start the back to school shopping and thinking of trends for next season. Fall is my favorite season. From the scarves, to the boots, jackets, and the trees turning colors it gives me an aesthetic high like no other. Naturally, I started thinking of how to take certain summer pieces and transition them into my fall wardrobe. Some things I cannot part with, like my  floral dress or cute kimono. The great thing is that style allows us to mix and match prints and create an outfit that is our own. So, here are few ideas to use dresses and skirts and take them from day to night as well as from summer to fall.



A great navy shoe is a way to spice up an outfit while giving it a sophisticated edge. Navy Peep Toe Pump: Deb
Who doesn’t love a red dress for a night out on the town? For a cold fall evening pair it with a pleather biker jacket and black pumps for an edgy look. Dress: Torrid Jacket: Fashion to Figure Shoes: Target Necklaces: Hot Topic
Stuck at the office? Add a pop of color to your little black dress. Add a neutral blazer and go all out with the accessories. It’s your own personal way of having fun while working hard. Neutral Blazer: Forever 21 Little Black Dress: Old Navy Gold and Turquoise Necklace: Fashion to Figure
Happy hour after work? Take the little black dress and switch blazers and the accessories for an evening look. Leopard Necklace: Park Lane Jewelry Leopard Ring: Park Lane Jewelry Little Black Dress: Old Navy Black and Gold Pumps: Target Red Blazer: Forever 21
Girls night in? It’s cold out and you want a night out with the ladies well take the little black dress and layer it with a white knitted sweater. Pair it with the navy peep toe pumps. White Knitted Sweater: Kohl’s Little Black Dress: Old Navy Navy Peep Toe Pumps: Deb Shops

 Stay tuned for part 2 of the fall look book. Also, if you get a chance listen to All About That Bass by Meghan Trainor it is catchy and uplifting. 


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