Fashion

What I Wore: Early Transitioning

Happy Monday babes! I have been in a bit of a slump to blog lately because I’m so ready for Fall, but the weather isn’t always cooperating! I am well aware that Fall only starts this Friday, but after the beginning of September being in the low 70’s, I have officially checked out of Summer. The weather has been all over the place, teasing one day and hot the next, so today I’m sharing what I wore last few days with weather ranging from 80 degrees to 65.

What I Wore

Friday, September 8th


I have been loving the pajama trend. I actually got this top last year, but it’s still on trend and found pretty much anywhere. Mine is from forever 21. I wore it with loose mom jeans for a cool casual date night look, and added pumps to dress it up for date night.

Top: Similar Here

Jeans- Similar Here

Saturday, September 9th


Β On this day my boyfriend and I spent the day in NYC, which always includes shopping. It was the weekend of NYFW so I wanted to look stylish but still comfortable to walk around. I was happy it was cool enough for layering! I wore this star print blouse from h&m, with just a pair of black jeans. To add more flare to the look, I added this baker boy cap from forever 21, and a metallic blazer I found new on poshmark, originally from h&m.

Top- Here

Metallic Jacket Option

Baker Boy Cap

Saturday, September 16th


This past weekend was the San Generro Feast in NYC…zeppoles, pizza, and pasta on every corner? I’m there! It was super humid this day, but I still wanted to incorporate a more transitional look. I wore these cargo capri pants that I think are perfect for this time of year, and bonus…they are so comfy! I paired them with a mesh tee over a black bralette. I also wore the same cap, and my easy comfy black mules.

Cargo Pants Option

Mesh Tee Option

Mules

Hope you got some inspiration for this transitional weather. Can’t wait to share more fall looks! Let me know your favorite! Have a great week loves ❀

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