This week it finally got a bit chillier. I say finally because I am A FAN of 40 degree weather, it really allows you to have fun being creative in getting dressed! I have buttloads of vintage clothing (or vintage inspired dresses) that seemingly should be put away in 40 degree weather, but breaking the rules is fun, isn’t it? I love adding tights and a scarf, and making these dresses work all the way thru until winter!

What are some was you transition your clothes?

Nautical Anchor Dress
Aysen Shoes

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6 comments so far.
  • This outfit is one of my favourites of your latest outfit combos! LOVE this dress!

  • The photo with your dress flowing in air is my favorite! With the exception of shorts, I wear all my clothes year-round. I pair all my spring and summer dresses with tights and a cardigan so they're easy to wear in the fall and winter. Plus, I don't think clothes should be solely for one season and not another. It would be a pity to pack away all the pretty clothes!

    How To Be More Like Lauren

  • Love your bright colored sweater!


  • Super cute style babe!Love the colors~

  • love love love

    Natalie Off Duty

  • I love the bright colors in this outfit — it really brings some cheeriness to the bleak 40 degree weather. Such cold temperatures may be bleak, but as you said, they definitely encourage more creativity style-wise than summer temperatures sometimes do. I love just layering. Knits on knits, colorful tees peeking from under neutral sweaters, lots of socks – those get me through the transitional days. After that, once the temperatures plummet below 30, it's just all about the warmth and less about style, haha.