Oh I’m getting all the feels lately, for everything! I cannot believe that within two weeks our baby girl will be here. I’m hoping sooner rather than later, but until then we will be patiently waiting. I’m also getting overly excited that Fall is quickly approaching. We’ve been having some cooler temperatures in the evenings and mornings so my mind is racing toward pumpkin spice latte’s, cozy sweaters, and pumpkin patches with Baby P!
My brother, nieces, and SIL love Fall just as much as we do and we’ve been able to enjoy some of their Fall traditions with them as a family and they are honestly some of my favorite memories. To think that we are going to be able to do some of those things with Baby P this year has me over the moon excited!
Summer to Fall Date Night Look
All this talk about Fall gets me to my next topic: Fall transition looks! I’m taking this adorable dress and turning it into a Summer to Fall date night look! I always try to buy pieces that I can wear more than one season because I want to get my money’s worth! I’m sure you would agree! See how easy I took this Summer to Fall date night look simply by changing out my accessories and shoes!
For the Summer look, I wanted to emphasize the pink color in the floral print of this dress and pair it with this bag. Of course, some sunnies are necessary! I also chose a classic pair of strappy pumps because it’s Summer! Show those little tooties off!
Fall Date Night Look
This dress was so easy to switch up the Summer to Fall Date night look. I took the two most necessary items from Fall and paired them with this dress! I swapped out my sunnies for a classic Felt hat, which I’m so obsessed with it! I bought it last year and hardly even wore it! It’s going to be on repeat this year. Then I swapped my strappy pumps for a pair of essential Fall booties! Hats and booties need to be a staple in your Fall wardrobe. They are two items that can really change a basic look or Summer look to be very seasonal!
How do you transition your wardrobe? Comment below!!
Photography by Julie Kahlbaugh