35 days. About a month until all the pumpkin lovers can officially start their favorite season of the year. Can you believe it’s almost time for fall?! Being a summer baby, it’s always a bit hard for me to transition into colder months, but luckily, living in California I get to enjoy the good days a little while longer. 😉 Fall transition in Napa Valley doesn’t really happen until late October, early November, and even then, it’s still pretty warm (sans the nights, those are always a bit chilly #valleylife).
Despite where I live and whether I like fall or not, it’s that time of year when we all start thinking about going back to school/work, you know that whole fall transition thing. One thing that does get me excited though is wearing another set of clothes and thinking of all the things I can do with my current wardrobe.
Recently, I teamed up with Mallory of VineLiving, a favorite local boutique in Napa – Boho Lifestyle, and our friend photographer Andy, to show you guys how two wine country bloggers deal with a fall style transition. In particular, we wanted to style one top two ways because it’s fun to think outside the box! What do you guys think of that idea?
photography by Andy of Blended Pixel Media
Mallory and I thought a perfect piece to play with is going to be this floral halter AND off the shoulder top. Have you ever tried wearing a halter top with cold shoulders two different ways? If not, we encourage you to do so! That way you will maximize the potential that’s already in your closet. Two fun looks, minimum effort, more money in your wallet. 😉 #winning
I gotta mention one more piece – one of my favorite fall transition shoes – these over the knee booties. I’ve had them for about 4 years now and they’re still in great condition. Best $40 ever spent at Forever 21. 😉
Make sure to check out Mallory’s blog post and read her thoughts on styling this fun off the shoulder top!
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Thank you Boho Lifestyle for partnering up on this post.