Looks for Less: Polished Pieces for Sunsets and Prosecco

With autumn nearing, it’s nearly time to assess your staple wardrobe pieces for the new season. This can be a stressful and hectic time, especially with back-to-school planning for the family, not to mention finalizing your kid’s wardrobe for school! In the meantime, you should kick back and enjoy the end of summer. At a family gathering, perhaps enjoy an amazing home cooked meal with a glass (or three) of bubbly and enjoy the summer sunset. These moments are golden and make for unbelievable photo opportunities (holiday card anyone?). You’ll cherish these memories forever, so of course you need to look amazing and coordinate the family’s looks too. Personally, I’m loving easy, flattering pieces in white for these magical summer moments.

This simple dress from ASOS is extremely flattering for a variety of body types and can certainly be dressed up with heels and coral lipstick or down with canvas slip-on sneakers. The frill detail keeps the look interesting without being too sweet and overly girly. These sneakers from Topshop would go perfectly for a casual look. This interesting white top from Urban Outfitters and pants from Target work seamlessly together for a delicious dinner with your favorite Prosecco as well. Pair with the sneakers or with these Louise et Cie pumps for a more polished look. I hope this gives you inspiration for your next dinner al fresco. All the pieces can easily be mixed and matched. Cheers!

Pictured Above (from left to right):

ASOS Shift Dress with Frill Detail in Natural Fibre, $57

Target Merona Women’s Bi-Stretch Modern Ankle Pant, $28

Urban Outfiters Kimchi Blue Audrey Eyelet Blouse, $69

Louise et Cie Esperance Pump, $118

Topshop Catseye Lace Up Trainers, $35

– Claire Mykrantz

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