Hello Fall :: The Floral Transition Dress You Need

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Floral Transition Dress (wearing size 00), Nude Sandals (similar), Prada Tote,
Lilac Tassel Earrings c/o Kendra Scott Richmond, Apple Watch Band, Too Faced Lipstick

Happy First Monday of Fall, Y’all! While I’m very sad summer is officially over, I do love the start of a new season. I know it may still be quite warm where many of you live, so I want to talk about an easy transitional look. This is the floral transition dress you need to help ease into fall. This shirt dress has a classic silhouette with a very feminine and fun pattern. If this print looks familiar, it’s because I have silk wide-leg pants in the same print. It’s truly such a stunning print and is something you can wear for years to come. I’m wearing a size 00 here and the midi length is just perfect, especially with my heeled sandals. Plus, this dress has a huge upside: pockets! I cannot resist something with pockets.

The darker color of this floral print makes it perfect for fall, while the short sleeves let you stay cool during the warmer part of the day. I’m wearing heeled sandals since it’s not too cool out yet. But you can easily swap these out for a pair of pumps or even velvet flats. I love when accessories somehow match an outfit perfectly. These lilac tassel earrings were gifted to me from the Richmond Kendra Scott boutique and match the flowers on this dress exactly! While these earrings are of a statement, you can swap them out for something more subtle for work. This summer I fell in love with big braids, so I wanted to do a fun braid to complement this look. This is a simple dutch braid, but I pulled out the ends to make it appear fuller.