A Week Of Outfits
This post is sort of inspired by Seventeen Magazine. When I used to subscribe to Seventeen, I always used to love when they had "5 days of..." Sometimes it was makeup, sometimes it was hair, other times it was fashion. Since school has started up again and we're sort of in between seasons right now, I thought I'd share how I dress for these first few weeks of school.Since the weather can be really challenging to predict, I usually wear layers. It's easy to take things off in order to cool down but it's much harder to try and get warm when you don't have enough to put on. I also like to keep things pretty comfy and caj so this is probably one of my most frequent types of outfits.
VERY rarely I decide to wear something a bit more girly and fitted and, well, nice. But when I do, I still like to keep it as casual as possible. In my opinion, a maxi dress, jean jacket or jean vest, and flip flops are a perfect way to do this.
September is all over the map in terms of weather. Sometimes it's nice but a little on the chilly side other days it's yucky out but super warm and muggy. On days like this, when the weather is just too hard to pin down, jeans, flip flops (or sneakers if it's raining), a graphic tee and a light jacket are the way to go.
I love my plaids (I mean, Cashmere and Plaid). They're so versatile and can be worn all year round. This time of year I love that I can wear them multiple ways. Right now I'm wearing them with shorts, but in a couple of weeks I'll probably be wearing them with jeans and tights. They're just so perfect!
Comfort is a must for me. I don't like it when my clothes cling to my body and accentuate my everything. To combat this I wear things that either don't fit or are designed to fit in a such a way that they give me room to move and feel comfortable. I think these pants are called harem pants, but since they became a 'thing' a few years ago, my family and I have referred to them as "diaper pants" (the saggy butt you get when you wear them is just so toddler-esque) Whatever you call them, they are super comfortable and guarantee that you will not feel like your clothes are clinging to you.
How do YOU dress in this in-between season weather?? I'd love to hear what your favourite stores are and what you find the most comfortable!