Guest Post: Extending Your Clothes
Today I am welcoming my friend Jordin from "I Love That".
"I Love That" is a fun blog filled with beautiful inspiration photos, ideas for chic style,
and a bit of beauty and home decor too!
In honor of Thanksgiving and the upcoming Christmas Holiday,
Jordin is here to share tips on how to make your clothing work for you, no matter the weather.
Keep reading to find out how to wear your favorite pieces now and later!
Do you ever feel like when the seasons change from warm to cold your just chomping at the bit to get out your boots and sweaters? Me too. If you live in a place like I do, Texas where the weather can never decide what it wants to do, you can stretch out your wardrobe so by February your not ready to throw your boots out the window. I am here to help you pull the reigns back. Whoa girl!
"I Love That" Tips for Transitioning1. If its not too cold yet, keep wearing your ballet flats instead of your knee high boots. We all love throwing on our boots over our jeans but we will have plenty of time for that when Old Man Winter sets in.
2. Don't be afraid to go bare legged. I got a brown faux leather skirt from Forever 21 and I plan on wearing it with a sweater and flats-no tights yet. As it gets colder, I will add tights and wear it with booties. Or wear a short sleeve dress with tights and then as it gets colder put a blazer over it.
3. Throw a sweater over your favorite sundress. As long as its not eyelet or a sheer fabric, it is totally cool to wear a summer dress all year round. Same goes with a maxi skirt.
4. Wear a scarf if you get chilly with short sleeves or sleevless and jeans.
5. Keep your cropped denim handy or if you don't have any invest. You can wear these all year around. They look great with sandals, flats and boots. Shop the transition looks here
Thank you Jordin for guest posting today. Keep in touch with "I Love That" by following Jordin on her blog, facebook and pinterest.
And be sure to check out some of Jordin's latest and greatest such as:
-"The Cape that Escaped Me" - a cautionary tale about Pinterest :)
-Or read her post, "A Little Blog Love"- which has caused me to love Target even more!
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