Bare Legs and Booties

As a lifelong resident of Massachusetts, it seems clear that one of the great joys of living in New England is the change of seasons…the beauty of nature, the changes in what we eat and drink, and of course – the variety in what we wear! Now that October is here, there is no kidding ourselves that summer is over, yet some days the weather sure feels like summer, as it did on this particular day…

Perfect weather for bare legs and booties! These were an online purchase from Stuart Weitzman last month and I will wear them right through winter…

This skirt is also perfect for the season – it is waxed linen, by Sonia Rykiel, found about five years ago at Revolve…

These are the type of pieces I look for at Revolve – unique items that you won’t find in Ann Taylor or JCrew…

The black top is a basic from Wolford that has been in my closet for years…I probably paid full price, but for high quality basics, it’s a low ‘cost per wear’…as for the necklace, also an oldie, purchased in a Cape Cod boutique many moons ago…

Last decision – what will I wear as a jacket or sweater? Yes, the weather is warm, but I ALWAYS like a topper, it gives you a more finished look and you just might get chilly anyway…

You can’t go wrong with leather, right? This cropped moto is by Eileen Fischer in beautiful soft leather…if you prefer vegan or simply want a lower price point, there are many fabulous faux leather jackets that look just as great!

There will be plenty of cooler days ahead for a scarf, decided to skip it and showcase the bling!

The Bottom Line:

  • Warm fall days are perfect for bare legs and booties, whether dressed up, with a denim skirt, or even with shorts. :-0
  • During this ‘transition’ season, choose lightweight fabrics in dark colors.
  • When shopping for fall, remember to choose colors that look best on you – not earthy colors just because it’s fall!

Stay well. Dress well. Enjoy the NOW.

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