When I asked for feedback about what you all want to see this month, I had lots of requests for fall transition tops we can wear when it’s still warm in September and October.
I get it, even here in Philly, it sometimes doesn’t cool down until half-way through the fall season, but we still want to look seasonally appropriate. I’m so glad to see a lot of these tops in the stores right now, so I did a quick roundup for you, but first I’ll share some more details on this transitional look.
This top is a perfect example of the type of top you can start wearing now, and then wear it into fall for as long as it stays warm. I love the elbow length sleeves with a bell cuff detail, and you can wear it on or off the shoulder.
While this isn’t an autumnal color palette, which is one of the top fall trends I mentioned in my Fall Fashion Trend Report earlier this week, the mix of mushroom, plum, and black definitely has autumn overtones.
These jeans run a bit small; I sized up to the 29, and they’re snug in the waist, but I like how they hold in all the fluff.
If you’re looking for a classic bootcut with finished hems and no distressing in a medium indigo wash, these are a great choice, although they’re definitely pricey. I’m planning a post on denim trends, and I’ll find some other options at different price points.
I’m also planning a post on transition shoes, and these Seychelles Wood Heels will definitely be included. They’re perfect for pairing with lightweight tops and jeans, or even shorts and dresses, now and later.
I love the mix of suede and leather, and the wood platform sole give them a fun retro vibe. The straps are soft against the foot, and the padded footbed makes them very comfortable to walk in.
I promised a transitional top roundup, and I swear, it’s coming! I just wanted to give you all the details on this look first.
I also want to give a big shout out to my very patient husband, who’s been pinch- hitting while Alison is out of town. He used to take all of my blog pictures, but we’re kind of out of practice, so I really appreciate him taking the time out of his busy work schedule to help me out. There are only so many mirror selfies I can look at!
I tried to find tops at a variety of price points, but if there are any other retailers you’d like me to include in future roundups, please let me know.
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