This time of year can be tricky when you are trying to get dressed…especially if you live in Dallas. One day it is 90 degrees and the next it is 70. While I am not trying to complain about the temperature AT ALL, I am going to let you in on the little wardrobe struggle that I always have this time of year.
Since technically it is fall but temperatures are more like spring deciding on what you are going to wear can sometimes be difficult. This time of year I always rely on one of my favorite things in my closet, skirts. The skirt is the easiest way to transition & look more seasonally appropriate while not getting too hot on those ‘fall’ days.
I snagged this chevron skirt a few weeks ago when I needed an outfit to host the CUSP by Neiman Marcus Fall Trends event. I needed to look fall and on trend but I didn’t want to show up in a sweater (it’s too hot!). I thought this chevron skirt would be a great piece to wear now (flats, boots, heels) and when it cools down bit pair it with a sweater, tights or even add a vest! Needless to say, I am on board with skirts (one of my favorite things) so this chevron skirt is on major rotation in my wardrobe!
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photos by Sukilynn Photography
T.G.I.F. Happy Friday! I cannot tell you how excited I am that it is FINALLY Friday. This week has been one of the longer weeks I have had in a long time. Lots of work projects & so many e-mails but thankfully the weekend gets to start a little early since this afternoon (Friday) I am headed to Charleston, South Carolina for the very first time to see the city with some of my favorite babes.
I love exploring new cities and Charleston has been on my list for quite some time. The weekend in jam-packed with so many fun things. Tonight we are having a progressive dinner on Upper King Street, tomorrow (Saturday) we have an early wake-up call (wish me luck) and get to go on a private walking tour of Charleston! I cannot wait to see all of the charm in person and of course walk those cobblestone streets! We will do a little shopping in the afternoon and then Saturday night will begin with a Rickshaw pick-up, cocktails and then we head downtown for dinner! Sunday there is a little brunch by the pool that I know will be so much fun.
Make sure to follow me on Instagram (@DallasWardrobe) for many snaps from my very first time in Charleston! Oh, and if you have any favorite spots (restaurants, shops, etc) please leave a comment as I will try and check them out! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend! xx
Best Weekend Sales
- Nordstrom: This RED Valentino black fit and flare dress is so pretty, I think everyone needs a dress like this in their closet, I got the Vince version of these slip-ons yesterday. I also think these pointed toe pumps are PERFECT to wear all fall/winter long, I can picture myself wearing this cashmere cardigan all season long & I love these sunnies.
- Shopbop: I hope you got lots of goodies during their friends & family sale this week…don’t worry, if you didn’t there are still lots and lots of great things on sale! This pair of Joe’s Jeans is a great casual jean that you can just throw on, these pumps are ah-mazing, love this printed flouncy dress and this tote is perfect for carrying everything that us girls carry around.
- Neiman Marcus: I would live in this Kate Spade flounce dress if I could, love the color (and shape) of this dress, I have a similar (and red) version of this Zac Posen dress and these razor cut sandals are so cute!
- Partner’s Card: If you live in Dallas you are VERY familiar with Partner’s Card and if for some reason you are not, I can fill you in. Partners Card is the signature fundraiser for The Family Place, one of the longest-serving family violence service providers in the state. The Partners Card effort has raised over $13 million to help break the cycle of domestic violence in the Dallas community. By purchasing your Partners Card for $70, from October 24th – November 2nd you can receive 20% off of your purchase from any of these retailers (there are over 750). Make sure to get your Partner’s Card today!