September 22, 2016

Cowl Neck Shift Dress + Fall Trends

Dress: Von Maur (similar) | Sandals: Isola

Falling in love with this dress was as easy as one, two, three.

Dress: Von Maur (similar) | Sandals: Isola

Falling in love with this dress was as easy as one, two, three.

One: It makes me look like a tall glass of wine, and what girl doesn't want that!

Two: It has pockets (insert happy dance)

Three: When I got to the register, it was on sale for $25!

I also love that shift dresses like this are really popular for fall 2016, along with chunky heels, bomber jackets, bell sleeves, fall florals and slip dresses. And since today is the first official day of fall I've rounded up some of these fun fall trends so that you can get your shop on like I've been doing the past few weeks haha.

Chunky Heels: 
1. Steve Madden Sharini 
2. Steve Madden Callvin

Steve Madden can do no wrong. These chunky heeled shoes are proof of that. I'm also scooping up these GORGEOUS lace up block heels in light pink for my upcoming trip to Vegas.

Bomber Jackets
1. Charlotte Russe Padded Bomber
2. Express Olive Bomber 


I feel link I'm buying everything in shades of this olive color but can you blame me? I love bomber jackets for those cool nights when you can't go out with your shoulders bare but can't break out a real coat.

Bell Sleeves
1. Forever 21 Bell Sleeve Top
2. Forever 21 Floral Print Self Tie Neck Top


The mustard color of this top is EVERYTHING! It looks great on everyone and is super light and airy! But it's selling out fast!

Fall Florals
1. Floral Print Surplic Maxi Dress
2. Floral Print Lace-Up Top

Who said florals are just for spring and summer! I love these bright flowers paired on tones more appropriate for fall. Plus ya'll know I love anything with lace-up detailing.

Slip Dresses
1. Darby Lace Trim Slip Dress
2. Lace Trim Slip Dress


To me, slip dresses scream sexy without trying too hard. Plus, you can easily layer this with a cardigan to make it more seasonally appropriate.


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