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Take this flowy floral top from my latest Stitch Fix box for instance. It’s a perfect summer to fall transition piece. The print doesn’t scream summer and is, instead, rather seasonless. So, while my bare arms and espadrille wedges definitely read summer, I know that I’ll be able to turn to my flowy floral top in the coming months too! Frankly, I pretty much live in flowy tops all year long. This time of year, I pair them with shorts and later on, it’s skinnies and a cardy if there is a chill in the air.
So, as you too think ahead to your own autumnal wardrobe, think about being selective and carefully choosing pieces that you can transition to fall with ease. Your wallet will thank you!
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I requested a few of my “favorite things” in this box – anything bright and colorful (bonus points for something yellow), anything with polka dots, ruffles or peplum, a vest or jacket and an amazing pair of jeans. My stylist got the job done and hit all my requests.
I was not expecting to love this jacket as much as I did when I first pulled it out of the box. Heather grey usually washes me out, but this jacket was just too good to pass up. The black leather details on the jacket made it just a tad bit edgy/modern, while still being really warm and comfortable. I loved the cross-body asymmetrical zipper and the collar and thought it looked just as cute zipped up completely as it did half-zipped. This is one of those items that’s casual enough to wear with jeans and boots on the weekend and can also be dressed up with a pair of black slacks and black heeled booties to work.