5 ways to transition a summer dress into fall

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well, it happened. we got a little glimpse of fall last week. it actually rained a couple of mornings -not a lot, but enough to get the streets wet and conjure up that delicious smell that only rogue precipitation produces. it was kind of glorious, you guys. albeit brief, the fall-like conditions made me excited to actually put a few of the sample outfits i’ve created in a few of my latest style videos into practice. it also inspired me to take a gander at the rest of my closet and see how i could possibly transition a few more of my summer items into the cooler season.

the kind team at velvet heart recently sent over this chambray midi dress for me to style. i took it as the perfect opportunity to showcase how i like to transition some of my warm weather frocks into cooler seasons. in short, it’s all about LAYERING! if you’re looking for a little inspiration on how to get extra wear out of some of your summer dresses, below are five outfits to replicate:

velvet heart chambray midi dress (xs) (c/o) || j.crew chambray (similar here & here) || frye ‘campus’ boots (TTS) || madewell tote in painted spots (similar) || lack of color hat (similar)

velvet heart chambray midi dress (xs) (c/o) || madewell bobble cardigan sweater (xs) (c/o) (pullover version here) || zara snakeskin mules (similar here & here) || janessa leone hat (similar)

velvet heart chambray midi dress (xs) (c/o) || zara eyelet top (similar here & here) || old navy faux-suede mid-calf booties (similar here & here) || amazon rattan bag || janessa leone hat (similar)

velvet heart chambray midi dress (xs) (c/o) || j.crew leopard tee (small) (similar here & here) || everlane boss boots (sized up 1/2 size) || clare v marcelle backpack || lack of color hat (similar)

velvet heart chambray midi dress (xs) (c/o) || chicwish cuteness on sleeves cardigan (s/m) || madewell regan boots in leopard || madewell simple pouch belt bag (xs) || janessa leone hat (similar)

p.s. clothing rack is from amazon, hampers are from crate & barrel, duvet cover is from west elm, hat rack is handmade by my husband and dresser is ikea.

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