Summer to Fall outfit

 

One of our favorite months to take a trip around Michigan is September. A LOT less crowded than during summer months but also the weather tends to be perfect in September.  Still warm, but not hot, with cool mornings and evenings. 

I’m working on putting together a blog post with our favorite cities/towns, food spots, gorgeous views etc.  In my opinion, every single town that is on the lake has something special and charming about it. 

September calls for light layers. Crips mornings and evenings and warm days. I love shorter cardigans for this reason.  I think next month we’ll be moving on to long cardigans. But I am in no rush! 

Shopbop has a nice selection of cardigans if you’re looking to invest in one.  Love the pearl buttons on this cardigan (final sale).  I love the style of this one which comes with a pricier tag.  And absolutely love this striped one

I’ve developed even deeper love for wide leg jeans and these white ones have been in heavy rotation again this year (old unfortunately.  I saw these wide leg jeans in person and they looked very similar to mine). I’m on the hunt for a blue denim wide leg pair. Back in July while sitting at an outdoor restaurant, I tried not to stare at a lady across the street that looked SO CHIC!  She had blue wide leg jeans (same length as these white ones) and a light blue button down tucked in.  SO simple but she looked amazing.  Effortlessly chic! 

Behind me is the Grand Traverse Light House which is on Leleanu Peninsula. I’ll go more into detail which spots to visit near-by in the upcoming blog post.

Cardigan (old) – love this one (want the Heather Mushroom color),  this one, this one  | Jeans (old Ann Taylor) – similar, loving this ecru pair | Tank – almost identical  | Golden Goose Sneakersmore styles,  also loving these and these   | Ray-Ban Aviators   | Necklace – one from this set and short one from this set – 20% off for a limited time

 

Thanks for reading! 

 

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