The Way To Go High Low: How To Do Plaid & Not Look Like a Lumberjack

There’s no denying that there’s a special bond between the autumn season and plaid. I mean, it’s not really officially fall until we have donned our favorite checkered scarf or sweater, right? Plaid is just a part of autumn as is apple picking, pumpkin patch explorations and the rustic changing of the foliage. However, the tartan pattern can be quite polarizing. One wrong move and you can go from style darling to lost lumberjack

Fall ’16 Trend To Try: Ultra Feminine Blouses

You’re never to old to get a little girlie. An ultra feminine blouse is the perfect solution for those warmer fall days that turn into cool nights. Look for lace, ruffles, florals or ethereal floaty shapes. They can be solid or printed, sheer of opaque. Just make sure it is GIRLIE! Now, if it’s sheer please wear a tank top underneath. I think it goes without saying – nobody wants to see your bra

The Way To Go High Low: The Must-Have Shirtdress For Fall

Let’s face it. We’ve been secretly borrowing items from men’s closets for years. Boyfriend jeans, button-down tops, and even the Le Smoking tuxedo. These were all inspired by all-star pieces from men’s fashion. There’s one piece in particular that’s also a really big trend right now: the shirtdress

Transitional Fashion: Fall Florals

We are hot on the topic of transitional clothing since we are just weeks away from the official or unofficial start of fall. You could say we are transitionally obsessed and fashionably impatient. Why? We get it’s hard to handle those warm fall days that turn into crisp fall evenings and we’re dying to break out the newest fall trends. Yet these days between summer and fall are really impossible to navigate. So we are here to help. One big trend for Fall ’16 is florals and since you can find them in pretty much every fabric, you can grab a few lighter pieces now. The trick is to stick with a darker background and color palette to make those flowers pop and look fall appropriate. Look for sheers, short sleeves and lighter fabrics like silk