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How to Dress for Fall When it’s Not Quite Chilly

If you’re anything like me, when the leaves change and the holidays are here, you want it to feel like fall too. Now, don’t get me wrong, I’m loving this perfect 60s weather we are having. But I really, really like big fuzzy sweaters and blanket scarves and boots. I want to dress for fall without sweating like crazy. The solution? Lightweight cardigans and scarves without the bulk.

Darling, Dearest Darling, Dearest Darling, Dearest Darling, Dearest Darling, Dearest Darling, Dearest Darling, DearestSheIn Cardigan c/o // Jeans // Old Navy Purse // Natural Life Wrap c/o // J. Crew Sunglasses // Earrings

I’m a self-proclaimed cardigan junkie, and I know it. And while I love snuggling up in the thick and oversized variety, having lightweight ones help bridge the gap in spring and fall during this in-between weather. This marbled green one definitely has the look of a fall cardigan, being that it’s long and rightly colored, but it isn’t too warm at all.

Now this scarf/wrap item? It’s just plain awesome! It ties in the back, so there’s no bulky hot feeling on your neck. You can also wear it as a shawl or wrap over your shoulders. I love it as an infinity style scarf, especially with the fringe hanging down. I’m excited to experiment with the possibilities!

How do you dress for this in-between weather?

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