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OOTD: Taking a Dress from Summer to Fall

As much as I’m loathe to admit it, it’s time to start thinking about transitioning into fall.   This week I’m styling one of my favorite go-to dresses for both summer and fall.  

Taking a Dress from Summer to Fall | Fall Outfits | Transitioning Clothes to Fall

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My actual dress is from Garnet Hill.  It’s a style they make every year in a variety of colors but it is currently out of stock for this season. The gallery at the end of the post has several alternative options.

For summer, I style this dress a couple different ways.  I love it as a chic, simple outfit paired with either sandals or flats.  For a sportier vibe I’ll combine the dress with with either my white adidas Stan Smith’s or classic black Van’s.

Taking a Dress from Summer to Fall | Fall Outfits | Transitioning Clothes to Fall

For cooler days, switch out the sandal or sneaker for a boot like the Frye Melissa Button.  Add a scarf and denim jacket and you’re ready for a pumpkin latte by the fire pit!

Taking a Dress from Summer to Fall | Fall Outfits | Transitioning Clothes to Fall
Taking a Dress from Summer to Fall | Fall Outfits | Transitioning Clothes to Fall

The sunflower field is a fantastic attraction in Avon, Ohio.  It’s maintained by the Prayers from Maria Children’s Glioma Cancer Foundation, a local organization founded by the parents of 6 year old Megan McNamara.  Sadly Megan passed away in 2007 at the age of 7 but this sunflower field and multiple annual fundraisers honor her memory.

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8 thoughts on “OOTD: Taking a Dress from Summer to Fall”

    1. Thank you! The field is really amazing. Love that they were able to take their tragedy and turn it in to such a lovely memorial for so many to enjoy.

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