White Eyelet from Summer to Fall

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TOP Stylekeepers | CAMI BP | SKIRT Express | JEANS Parker Smith c/o | BOOTS Stuart Weitzman (similar) | SANDALS Stuart Weitzman (similar) | BAG Louis Vuitton | HAT Halogen (this year’s version)  | SUNGLASSES Karen Walker | EARRINGS Sabo Skirt 

Happy Friday Dolls! Today I am sharing my first JCTS Transition series look for August. If you missed my style series announcement, every outfit, excluding sponsored/travel, will be styled for summer and fall! I am already having SO much fun putting together outfits and I can’t wait to share what I have in store.

Today’s look is taking a white eyelet top from summer to fall.  I immediately envisioned  a floppy hat and OTK boots for my fall look. Flowy tops like this always look so chic with a sleek bottom and boot. You probably have noticed too that hats are one of my favorite accessories to take a piece from summer to fall. They are also FANtastic when your hair is on it’s last leg haha.

SUMMER LOOK

For my summer look, I paired the top with a white jean skirt for a monochromatic look. You guys know I LIVE for a monochromatic look, so this was an instant favorite. You can also switch the skirt out for jean shorts for a boho look.

This top makes a statement, but can be styled so many ways. Let me know which look of the two is your favorite.

We are headed to LA this weekend for a super fun project that I will be announcing when I get there. I am SO excited and I can’t wait to take you guys along for the process. Have the best weekend XOXO Tara

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4 thoughts on “White Eyelet from Summer to Fall

  1. TAMMY

    I love both the fall and summer looks are you. Those boots for fall/winter are needed because the heel/sole of my only tall heel boots broke last year. As a summer girl I tend more to summer style but in NYC you need winter style too for going out.

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