*This post focuses on why long cardigans make it easy to transition into fall featuring items that were given to me as gifts in exchange for my honest opinion.
I’d like to start by saying that I couldn’t be happier to hear the news that my friends and family in Florida are safe. Hurricane Irma was horrible. The storm left quite a bit of damage in Florida AND Georgia. I can’t begin to tell you about all the reports of fallen trees and power outages I’ve heard about. My own neighborhood had two fallen trees and loss of power for 2 days. I’m thankful that I was able get out and stay with my boyfriend. We’re all hoping for things to go back to normal soon. One thing I can say for sure is that the temperature is significantly cooler after all that rain. I know I’ve said it before, but fall is on the way. It’s time for us all to get ready. If you haven’t started to transition your wardrobe, you may want to start as soon as this weekend.
Transitioning does not have to be hard. Honestly, it’s as simple as throwing on a cardigan in some cases. One reason why long cardigans make it easy to transition into fall is because they are often thick enough to serve as light jackets. So once it starts feeling cool, simply throw one on and keep it moving. J. Jill does cardigans VERY well. The Long Double-Faced Cardigan I’m wearing today is not only warm, it’s also the perfect color for fall. I could just as easily wear this cardigan with a pair of jeans as I can with trousers. As I mentioned in my post on Monday, I styled my outfit with a beautiful zebra clutch from Alus. This clutch is just the thing to carry when you want to make a statement!
Here’s my outfit:
*Photos were taken by Caswell Samms
Simple and sophisticated, just the way I like it! Transitioning has never been so easy!
Do you think long cardigans make it easy to transition into fall?
Until next time…