A Walk In The Park

Transitioning into fall, for me, is a total walk in the park.  Easy.  Because it’s my favorite.  I can almost hear the roar of an SEC football game, feel the fur vest in my hand, smell the pumpkin pie, feel the uncomfortability of the most elaborate Halloween costume in the land…but I’m getting ahead of myself.  So that’s why we’re just talking transition pieces.  So when summer begins to turn crisp I just add a few items to my summer wear.  Like this…

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Dress: Alexander Wang // Hat: Rag and Bone // Flannel: Rails

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So hats.  I used to feel out of place wearing hats…like I was wearing a costume or something.  I really had to search for the right hat to look a part of my fall look.  This line of Rag and Bone hats is where it’s at.  I also found a similar hat that is a bit less expensive and on sale HERE.  I’m going to be doing a lot of this with my blog too!  Finding steals for you.  So you can get it all! Haha.

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And now shoes…So these Rag and Bone Booties are my jam always.  I have so many pairs and will do an entire blog on them soon, but they are a bit pricey.  I literally wear mine year round, year after year, with outfit after outfit to justify it.  However, if you’d rather a less expensive one so that you don’t have to live in them like I do I found you one that’s identical to the Rag and Bone Newberry Bootie HERE. 

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And last but not least layers.  My favorite layering transition piece of all time is a Rails Button Down.  You can wear them in every season and they’re the softest most comfortable pieces you’ll own.  I go a size up in mine so they’re looser and even more comfortable. Oh and a steal of a long gold necklace like mine is HERE.

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Hats off to hints of fall y’all!! Shop anything in this post right here.  And I’ll be detailing my fall smokey eye makeup look I’m wearing in these pics on the blog soon.  Thanks for reading friends!

Photos by the magical: Kelsey Cherry

 

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