Wednesday, September 28, 2016

A Peek Into Transtitional Fall Style

On Monday I shared Fall's latest trend in boots: the peep toe ankle bootie. Ever since I posted the original pair on my Instagram and last week's post I've gotten quite a few emails and inquiries about how to style them. Because sure, cute shoes and thanks for the suggestion but how the hell do you wear them in real life? 
Fortunately for y'all, and me, outfit creation is one of my specialities and something I really enjoy. One of the perks of the peep toe bootie is that they're really versatile and allow for all kinds of styling options. 
I put together three simple looks to start with and give ideas on how and where to rock them. Because I'm here to save y'all time and energy. I do it for the people.


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Look 1: Rompers all day because duh. Seriously, this causally chic romper can go next level paired with these leather peep toe booties and a flossy cool fedora.  They're also totally unexpected as most would pair the romper with heeled sandals or wedges. But these booties are ripe with the cool mix of seasonal style that doesn't seem too over the top.


Look 2: Simple and cute are really the takeaways here. Pairing a tan peep toe with olive green and denim screams fall and is a great way to transition your wardrobe from summer to fall without jarring your senses too much. Add a cardigan, flannel or casual jacket when the weather turns cooler. 

Look 3: Nothing says cool like a moto jacket. Paired back to a sleeveless shift dress and slouchy booties, and you've got a look that's effortlessly stylish and a little bit edgy. It's also hella comfortable. If you're feeling a little exposed in bare legs, add leggings for warmth and a bold lip for a little bit of 'tude.


Which look spoke to you? Any other way YOU would style these pieces? Tell me in the comments! 



Shop the set below.



Equipment green silk shirt
equipmentfr.com




H&M slim blue jeans
$26 - hm.com


Boots
solesociety.com



Dv booties
target.com


Warehouse gray fedora hat
$13 - warehouse.co.uk

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