Is it just me or is there a hint of fall in the air? Seems to me that it’s getting darker earlier, and colder as well. Truth be told Fall is actually my favorite time of year for dressing. It’s not too hot and not too cold: it’s actually just right. Especially for layering, and one of this season’s biggest trends is the slip dress layered over the white tee.
You’ve likely seen it everywhere by now, and you’re probably thinking where have I seen this before? The 90s. The 90s is where you’ve seen it before. Totally borrowing from the Clueless gang I couldn’t be more excited about this trend especially with the addition of athleisure trend sticking around. I mean can you say comfortable?
Layering your favorite summer dresses slip, maxi or otherwise is a great way to extend their life just a little longer. While the air is getting a little cooler this open back dress (from Aritzia – similar here) ordinarily would take a back seat, but pop on a tee first, and you are literally out the door my friends.
For whatever reason, I prefer a looser sleeve tee for these types of things I thought I would feel the opposite, but there was something about the cap sleeve that made my tiny shoulders look off. As well this tee (From Envy Clothing) is longer so there’s so awkward ride up situation. Trust me, I’ve dealt with the alternative, and aside from sticking my hand up my dress to adjust I felt I had no option but feel like a lumpy potato. Take my advice, and opt for something either cropped or to the hip, as anything in between is super annoying.
WHAT I’M WEARING: Dress, c/o Aritzia (similar here) | Tee, Envy Clothing (I also bought it in black) | Shoes, Converse c/o Soft Moc | Bag, Auxillary c/o Aritzia (more crossbody bag here) | Sunnies, Givenchy c/o Smart Buy Glasses |
What trends are you looking forward to this fall? I’ve rounded up a few “Ways to Incorperate Fall Trends Now” over on Huff Post Canada. Read the full article here > www.huffingtonpost.ca As well as “How to Keep your White Sneakers White” because let’s face it the struggle is real > www.huffingtonpost.ca
Hope you enjoyed today’s post!