I am not complaining, so to speak, about the delightful weather we’ve been having. I do hope that we get something of a fall, and not beautiful weather that just drops right into winter. And just like my girl Mary, I will be miffed if I’m not granted the opportunity to be able to wear fall outfits.
In an attempt to solve this Very Real (First World) Problem, I wore a summer sundress, layered with various fall weight garments that have joined my wardrobe lately. This isn’t a look I’ve tried before. I’ve never tried to mix three patterns (in the wrap, dress and scarf-as-a-belt), or wear a voluminous top over a voluminous empire waist dress. Belting the sweater where the dress’s empire waist rests gave me waist definition this outfit desperately needed. In the end, I felt very much a Parisian girl, working as a small town librarian, spending the afternoon at the country fair in autumn.
Outfit deets: Hat, wrap and sweater: H&M; Scarf worn as belt: my Mother’s closet; Dress: Joe Fresh; Loafers: Aldo; Earrings: Clair’s.