Anyway, I posted my Fall must-haves last week, and now as promised, it is time for my blogger friends to share theirs as well. Here we go!
From sunny San Diego, Gina: Her blog is On The Daily Express
In Southern California, Fall feels similar to Summer but with less daylight and generally cooler evenings. That means the knee boots and blanket scarves that are popular on blogs this time of year are completely impractical here. I can still wear all of my summer clothes, but I do like to modify my style a little bit, and this year my fall must-haves can be summed up by this picture: Olive and Wine:
I'm wearing the same lightweight fabrics and cuts as I did in the summer but I swapped out my usual greens and pinks for olive green and red wine-inspired shades.
I wear my white jeans year round, but for Summer I paired them with my Barcelona cami in coral:
I've worn virtually the same outfit recently, but just by switching to a burgundy cami instead it makes me feel like I'm wearing a Fall outfit:
In the spring I opted for this bright green Portofino Shirt with jeans and leopard pumps:
Then I took the same outfit formula (green top + jeans + leopard pumps) but changed the top to olive green to give it a Fall look:
I'm wearing the exact same shirt and pants in the next two outfits, but changing the shoes from pink to burgundy (of course!) and the bag from yellow to leopard took me from Spring to Fall:
The Fall version:
So for me, my fall must-haves are more about color than anything else. Even if the climate doesn't change much it's nice to feel current just by making a few simple color changes to my outfits!
Next up is Rachelle from Florida. Her blog is Pinksole
Berry lips that I achieve with Estee Lauder Pure Color envy lipstick in plum berry and Nars lipgloss in sixties fan. Wearing both here:
Carylee is from St. Louis and her blog is More Pieces of Me
And last but not least, Zeba from Canada. Her blog is Ella Pretty Blog.
1. Shirt Dresses
2. Blanket Scarves
3. Tweed Jackets
4. Ginger tea and a good book
5. Lots of plaid!
I hope you enjoyed reading, and I also hope these lists inspire you to incorporate some of their favorites into your Fall season!