Shift Dress to Fall

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Dress: Mica via Goodwill (Similar Splurge // Save); Shirt: MM Couture via Goodwill (Similar Splurge // Save); Clutch: Vintage via Goodwill Outlet (Similar Splurge // Save); Booties: Steve Madden; Sunglasses: Celine (MAJOR SALE!)

A couple of weeks back, I shared my four favorite fall trends, but what do you wear during that awkward transition time? We’re all itching to pull out the sweaters, booties, and scarves, but summer is a tough cookie, hanging on until the bitter end of September.  The shift dress is the perfect transition piece to shift from summer to fall.

One of the ways I shift between summer is fall is wearing warm weather clothes in fall colors. I picked up this shift dress for $6 during the summer as a seasonless workhorse for my wardrobe. The shift dress is a flattering silhouette, easily layered with other pieces, and flat out classy.

Not only does the shift dress have a laundry list of positive attributes, but it also can be spiced up with a statement sleeve underneath or topped with a leather jacket. When the weather turns colder, pair with a turtleneck (printed, if you’re a rebel) and tights. I prefer a shorter hem on a shift dress to look more modern and less frumpy.

If you’re looking for a seasonless shift dress, head to your local Goodwill or I found some great options under $50 below.  I’m heading to Pilgrimage Festival to see my forever crush/hall pass/#MCM, Justin Timberlake!!! Be sure to follow along over on Instagram where I will be sharing a LOT of my bad singing and dancing. Do you have a favorite JT song? Leave me a comment below! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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1 Comment

  1. September 22, 2017 / 9:22 am

    Too cute! I love to layer clothing in the fall.

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