With fall less than a month away it’s not too early to invest in coats and chunky knits (I recently snagged this pink coat from the cupcakes and cashmere line) but that doesn’t mean ignoring the fashion season between summer and fall – pre-fall. The best clothes are the ones that seamlessly transition from summer to fall to winter and work to weekend. I can’t help wanting to maximize my wardrobe options! Scroll through to see my picks below, all inspired by the ’70s bohemian trend.
Nothing says seventies revival like a suede skirt that you can pair with just about anything – a floral chiffon blouse, a funnel neck top, or a cape. I also like this one from Topshop.
By now you’ve probably already invested in a white funnel neck top for summer, but if not, you should. Sure, sleeveless turtlenecks might not make the most sense (whoever said fashion did??) but these tops look great when paired with a suede skirt like the one above or a pencil skirt. And when temperatures get cooler you can layer it under a chunky knit or dress. That’s one top for multiple outfits.
Gorgeous lace-up booties, ‘nuf said.
You know that feeling when you finally find something you’re looking for? I was searching for a pencil skirt with a slit earlier today and found the perfect one from the cupcakes and cashmere collection. Thanks, Emily!
Leopard print is a neutral and these flats from Loeffler Randall are a chic transition from work to brunch to evening.
Bohemian dresses were all over the runways for fall 2015. This dress from Joie stays true to the brand’s Parisian, Californian aesthetic. Wear it now with lace-up sandals and then pair it with over-the-knee boots and a faux fur vest in fall.
Pantone’s color of the year, Marsala (or bordeaux, oxblood) is my favorite fall color, so it’s no surprise that this Burberry tote is on my bag lust list.
This post (and your outfit) wouldn’t be complete without a manicure that completes your ’70s look. I love this burnt orange shade by butter LONDON aptly called “It’s Vintage.”