Think you can only wear floral prints in Spring? Think again. Floral prints work great all year long, especially if you save the pretty pastels and brights for the warmer seasons and wear darker florals in the colder months.
I was pretty excited to receive this green floral top in my October box from Stitch Fix. I have a lot of winter florals in my closet but they all have black backgrounds. It was refreshing to see the pretty green background, and I thought the shades would work well with fall colors.
I styled my new floral top with all old items from my closet. But don't worry, I'll have similar item links at the end of this post.
I wore the top with my burgundy faux leather jacket from CJBanks. The rest of my outfit I kept pretty neutral with my new bag (also from my October Stitch Fix box), light denim, and brown suede booties.
The top is by Papermoon and is called "Larie Crew Neck Blouse". It has a satiny feel to it and the sleeves have a slight bell shape.
I really liked the little rust colored flowers on this top.
For jewelry, I chose this gold bracelet and I wore a pair of earrings that also came in this Fix (more on those in a later post).
My jeans were purchased from Charlotte Russe before they went out of business. They have a high waist with three buttons on the top. I love them so much. I'm still so bummed they went out of business.
Styling a floral top for fall is so simple if you choose a floral with a dark background or the print has fall colors in it like the cute little rust flowers in mine. Layer your fall top with other fall items in neutral or fall colors. For those outfit, I chose a fall burgundy jacket, brown suede shoes and tied it all together with denim and a neutral bag.
Top: Similar HERE, Burgundy Jacket: Similar HERE, Cross Body Bag: Similar HERE, Brown Suede Fringe Booties: Similar HERE.
Have A Great Day! Amy
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