Fall Transition…

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In typical British weather our August has been pretty damp, with plenty of rainy spells, this has lead to wearing tights on more than one occasion – which sucks at this time of year! I’ve finally got used to ditching tights and going bare legged and the weather doesn’t cooperate – typical!! This dress however is the perfect transitional piece, its light and bold print lends itself to the summer but the dark base to the print and its longer sleeve works well in Autumn, win win in my book! Also all the fall fashion popping up on the high street has me in a craze – autumn is by far my favorite season, the colours, textures and prints make me giddy!

IMG_9000IMG_8972What I’m wearing –
DressBoots & Rings c/o Boohoo
Bag c/o Forever 21 Via Westfield Stratford
Hat – Urban Outfitters
Watch c/o Tallulah’s ThreadsIMG_8989IMG_8985IMG_9001

  Photos – Sherelle 

Published by vintagereflection

Fashion & lifestyle blogger

23 thoughts on “Fall Transition…

  1. I love the brighter colours with the black in the dress print, somehow it just works to cheer you up – and this from a girl who’s got more paisley than you can imagine. Autumn is my favourite too, lashings of maroon abound! 🙂

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  2. Definitely Autumn is one of my favorite seasons. I recently began a purge of my wardrobe throwing out anything that doesn’t fit or work as a transitional piece from season to season. I love your hat and the details in your leather jacket (great pieces for year round).

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