Florals for Fall

 
Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell

When thinking about fall weather, florals aren't the first thing that come to mind.  I think more of darker colors, greens, purples, oranges, sweaters and jeans.  Florals don't fall into that list, but why can't they?  One of the most noticeable characteristics of fall is the change in the nature around us.  Leaves are changing and fall flowers blooming.  Nature is a key part of fall, so I say florals fit right into that picture.  

The colors in this dress from Pitaya boutique on Bardstown Road scream fall to me.  The dusty pink, rose and dark green are complementary to the traditional reds and oranges that we see in the fall.  The bell sleeves are a fun detail and the back has a low scoop with criss cross detailing (Not pictured because I had a terrible sunburn).  I paired it with this army green vest I picked up at Marshalls a few years ago to add more fall detail and a bit of warmth of those cool fall mornings.  This pink stone necklace from Francescas adds to the natural theme of the outfit and complements the dress without taking away from the details.  If you love the look of Bourbon and Bowties bracelets, but don't want to pay the outrageous price, check out the selection of look-a-likes at Work the Metal.  They always have a huge selection of gorgeous jewelry at great prices.  I chose to pair this look with my TOMS wedges.  The color is great and suede material is the perfect, classic fall detail.  They pair great with dresses or jeans and are pretty comfortable for a wedge.  For those cooler days, you could easily pair this dress with tights and taller boots to make it a warmer look.  Even pairing it with tights and heels would be adorable for a fall wedding.

Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell

Photo by Tiffany Howell