Mixing textures is one of my favorite ways to transition into fall. Fall is all about textures; tweed being number one on my list (quilted python being second, duh.). I picked up this tweed swingy skirt from Loft to transition into fall with simply because of the texture but I was quickly reminded that I love the shape of skirts like this. Flattering, easy to wear and easy to pair with pretty much any top. Basically everything you want in a skirt, right? Plus using textures is an easy way to cheat your way to fall, the shortest season of the year with the best clothing options. It’s why I drag it out for as long as I can. 
Speaking of Loft, I’m keeping my eyes out for the blouse I posted on Monday. I haven’t found it yet online, but they do have this pretty dress in the same print. I check the site about every half hour. I’m on this for you. I’ll keep you updated, gumshoes.
Friendly sale alert: my favorite Rebecca Minkoff tote is on sale. You know I love a good tote and I  especially love when the ones on sale can easily go into the next season.  I will happily take this blush color into autumn, but if you’re more of a traditionalist the the black or khaki are perfect for fall. 
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  1. Girl. That tote is not just on sale, it is half off! Why do you tempt me like this?!

  2. Love it! It’s like a sophisticated schoolgirl sort of look! Hmm, is that apricot tote more pink or peach? I don’t know if my comp screen is playing tricks on me, b/c I’ve been eyeing their “apricot” colored items for a while but haven’t pulled the trigger on any since I wasn’t sure if it was more peach (which doesn’t look good on me, sadly)

    1. Man this is a tough call — I want to say it’s a bit more pink but there is definitely peach undertones. I mean apricot really is a good name for it tbh. It really is a pinky peach color, if that helps at all. It’s not blush, if that’s what you are looking for! 🙂 I hope that helps!

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