"Fall" for Jai
Now that fall is approaching its about time to start transitioning wardrobes. There is a little more chill in the air, the leaves are changing colors. You may or may not have started to turn the heat up just a notch on the thermostat ( I know I have ). Fall is the time of year for you to pull out those comfy sweaters, booties, thigh highs (my fav), and jackets in exchange for those sandals, open toe shoes, and summer dresses. Time to pack those summer and spring items away! But hold your horses.... not too fast! I can count a hundred and one ways where you can still keep some items from your summer and spring wardrobes and piece them with your winter and fall looks. Your basics are key to the perfect outfit, especially when you are going for a layering effect. I will tell you how and why at a later date and time. You can never go wrong with those ripped jeans paired with open toe booties. But once you start feeling the chill in that big toe is about time to add them to the box labeled "summer & spring" I promise. Lol.
Let me give you a heads up of what my fashionistas can expect to see this upcoming season. This fall and winter, look forward to seeing your conventional leather jackets, long cardigans, sweaters and so forth. You can bet your bottom dollar that you will be seeing tons of textures such as lace, velvet's, and a variety of prints. OH! Please don't pass up on those oh so fab sweater dresses with pockets. If its a article of clothing, and it has pockets, I am all for it!
Let me help you with your fall wardrobe so you can be fantabulous too. Just ask me how. I am hoping by now you know just where to find me. If not, you can forward all inquiries to my email or visit the contact page and shoot a memo my way. Take a look at some of my favorite fall looks and tell me what you think. I love reading your comments and feedback. It makes me feel connected to you in some awkwardly-loving-but-not-being-weird-way. (Don't Judge me). But seriously, be sure to comment below. As always I am looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Until next time... it's your girl, Jai!