Transitioning Seasons With Plaid

Summer To Fall Transition-Boston Chic Party-2 Summer To Fall Transition-Boston Chic Party-4 Summer To Fall Transition-Boston Chic Party-5 Summer To Fall Transition-Boston Chic Party-6 Summer To Fall Transition-Boston Chic Party-7 Summer To Fall Transition-Boston Chic Party-1 Summer to Fall Transition-Boston Chic Party-1-2 Summer To Fall Transition-Boston Chic Party-8

Top: Banana Republic Pants: J Brand Shoes: Ann Taylor (Color no longer available, similar available here and here) Purse: Elizabeth and James (last season, new colors for this year here and here) Bracelets: Bourbon and Boweties via Nordstrom Earrings: Kate Spade Necklace: Gorjana via Rocksbox (Get your first month free with code JENNABFF175)

With this week’s 90 degree temperatures, it’s hard to believe it’s ever going to be fall. But a few weekends ago it really cooled down and the weather felt downright fall like. I was shopping that weekend and couldn’t resist buying a little bit of plaid when I saw this shirt. Don’t get me wrong, I am not trying to rush summer- I think I still have snowstorm induced traumatic flashbacks- but fall fashion is just so much fun!

Not only is this shirt super soft, but I loved it because I could instantly picture myself wearing it so many different ways. It’d look great with cutoff shorts for a summer time look or with riding boots in the fall. Today’s look is perfect for cooler summer nights or early fall days. Summer’s staple white jeans paired with Fall’s earthy olive green hue of my purse bring the best of both season’s together for a transitional look I love!

So, which season has your favorite fashion?

xoxo, Jenna

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  1. Christine
    August 20, 2015 / 7:37 pm

    Shirt will be perfect for Apple picking! And love the shoes great buy!

  2. August 21, 2015 / 8:14 am

    Summer is by far my favorite season for clothes. I love being able to throw on a cute dress and sandals and be ready to go.

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