Lace and Faux Leather

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Photos by Aarron Griggs

It’s finally starting to feel like fall here where I live. Well, sort of. I’m just happy it’s not 90º or higher. It’s that awkward time of year where we start to transition from summer into fall. A California fall will never compare to the ones I experienced in Washington, but I like to pretend by wearing some of my favorite fall staples. I picked up this dress a few months ago at JcPenney and I absolutely love it. It’s such a versatile dress. It can be dressed up or down and is an easy piece to transition from season to season.

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Click the links below to see where everything’s from. I try my best to find the original items online, but sometimes they’re sold out so I always try to link similar options below.

DRESS (SIMILAR)CARDIGAN (SIMILAR)BOOTSHAT (SIMILAR)LIPS

You may have seen this dress on my Instagram where I paired it with lace up sandals and a pair of sunglasses. To make this outfit more “fall appropriate” all I did was throw on a cardigan and switched out my sandals for my favorite pair of faux leather chelsea boots. The floppy hat is optional. I have a lot of exciting content coming this month as I am challenging myself to step out of my comfort zone. So stay tuned.

Sincerely,
Alexis Griggs

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2 thoughts on “Lace and Faux Leather”

  1. […] like a sweater but is still breathable. I threw on my favorite cardigan which, I know, I wore in my last outfit post, but I warned you, I’m an outfit repeater. Rarely do I wear opened toed shoes in the fall, even […]

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