Transitioning Into Fall With The Latest Chloe Oliver Collection

Look #1

Outfit #1 Details:

Blouse // Jeans // Sandals // Bag // Sunglasses

 

It's that time of the year again. School is starting back up, which automatically makes me think of FALL! And yet, the weather continues to stay warm throughout all of September and into October (in Philly at least). Taking a gradual approach to transitioning your summer wardrobe to your fall wardrobe can be tricky. Thankfully, Chloe Oliver offers some key transition pieces in their latest collection, that will make your life easier, two of which I'm featuring in today's post. Let's start with their Kenzie Off-The Shoulder Top that I'm sporting in Look #1. This blouse is seriously stunning. It's off-the-shoulder and gingham design gives it a summery feel, while the long sleeves and substantial material lend itself to fall weather. You can pair it with shorts now since the days are still hot and then as it starts to cool down you can continue to use it with jeans! Another easy way to transition from summer to fall is to keep your summer dresses handy and start pairing them with denim jackets and sneakers! In Look #2, I'm wearing the Mia One-Shoulder Dress, also from the recent Chloe Oliver collection. The Khaki is no longer available for this dress, but there are still a few more left in the Orchid color. This beauty features a one-shoulder design with beaded detailing around the boarders. Paired with a light jacket, you can use this dress well into the fall season. The latest Chloe Oliver collection offers a lot more apparel just like this that can help you in your transition from summer to fall. And what's more is that all of their products are made with exceptional quality so you'll be able to get years and years of use out of them. Oh and don't forget to check out their current sale for up to 40% some incredible items!

 

Look #2

 

Outfit #2 Details:

Dress // Purse // Kicks // Sunglasses

 

Photographer #1:

Bill McGuiness (BF+BFF)

 

Stylist, Model, Photographer #2, and Writer:

Yours,

Priscilla

 

 

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