Saturday, September 10, 2011

TRANSITION YOUR MAXI DRESSES INTO FALL...

I am not so taken by the latest Fall fashions after having perused 5 of the September issues of various magazines.  I have snagged some good ideas like how to still wear my summer maxi dresses in the Fall and how to layer pieces properly.  For me it is all about remixing what I have instead of buying new Fall clothing.  I may pick up a few pieces here and there to remix with what I already have but I am shopping my own closet and tweaking things to make them appear fresh and new again....how about you?  Are you  smitten by the latest Fall trends?  Here are a few fresh ideas to add to your inspiration board...


Photos via: Refinery 29

6 comments:

Kat said...

Added your site to my blog roll. I'm actually quite excited for the fall fashions this year but I'm like you - not really buying stuff just remixing what I have. I didn't realize Anthropologie stores looked like boutiques. I want to step inside that photo!

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Tammy said...

I'm just getting into the hat thing. Don't have the guts to wear them out of the house but I have a little collection going. I am actually loving that big floppy. and of course any dress/skirt that brushes the ground is my style.

a Bug and Bird said...

great pieces to take your summer maxi dresses into fall, i still don't own a maxi dress but hope to fix that in the coming weeks~

and i do want a wool hat like the first one picture, i got out of hats for awhile but am once again interested in them

Hallie said...

Great ideas! I'm totally going to try this for fall.

Hope you had a great weekend! -Hallie :)
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KizzyDoll said...

Fantastic, I love maxi dresses, and I tend to wear all my clothes no matter what the season, I just layer. As I dress to my mood, so this helps :) xx

Marissa Joy said...

Great transition looks! I love how maxis are so perfect for summer and fall!

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