It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s the Fashion Caped Crusader! This week, I’m dishing about one of the pieces that’s become a staple in my wardrobe this season. If the weather in your area has been fluctuating like mine, it’s essential to have something that can be worn during the day when the temps are warmer and at night when they begin to dip. Keep reading for my top three reasons why you need to add a cape to your wardrobe.
Neutral colors have always been a staple in fall/winter fashion but that doesn’t mean your look has to be boring. Ditch the basic whites and creams this season. Instead, consider stepping up your look with a little hunter green and ginger spice. This week, I decided to throw it back a bit with a 70s-inspired outfit I like to call, “Neutral Spice.”
Red, white and blue isn’t just reserved for Independence Day. Don’t be afraid to wear your favorite summer pieces all year long. With a little modification, you can easily transition any summer outfit into a fabulous fall creation.
Check out this fall outfit of the day for a little inspiration. Here, I took a pair of colored jeans, typically worn in the summer, and added a few fall pieces to fit the season. This super simple tip can work for you, too.
How have you started to transition your wardrobe? Leave me a comment below. I’d love to hear your tips.
Today, I wanted to tell you about my favorite fall tall jacket from a vendor called Tall Girls. I first learned about this speciality store from a great blogger named Bree (TheTalllSociety). The company is based in the UK and was created in 1998 as a small shoe vendor for large/hard-to-find shoes. Over the years, they’ve evolved to sell everything from denim to swimwear. I simply love their motto, “fashion that fits” because it really epitomizes the plight of a tall woman. It’s all we really want — cute designs tailored for our bodies. It’s like mainstream designers forgot abut us after we left their runways. Maybe they’re all working on secret tall lines soooo amazing that it’s taking years to perfectly complement our flyness…hmm, probably not.