Crochet Top | 3 Ways to Style For Fall
Fall is my absolute favorite time of year. We've seen the first glimpse of fall this past week in Nashville and it has me so inspired to pull together some fun new looks for the season. I fell in love with this bell sleeve crochet top and wanted to share a few of my favorite ways to style it for fall. This top is so versatile and adds a perfect pop of texture to any look.
1. Corduroy Jumper + Booties
This retro-inspired corduroy jumper is perfect for these warmer fall temps. It's plunging neckline makes it easy to pair with fun printed tops, tees and even light sweaters. When it gets cooler, I will be wearing it with tights and taller boots. It also comes in a wide leg jumpsuit if you're feeling bold.
These booties are my must-haves of the season. The chunky block heel gives them a unique edge and they come in so many fun colors. I'm thinking about ordering the snakeskin print as well. I paired the look with handmade vintage stone earrings by local designer Lilli Dokken. I love how her designs make a statement and blend vintage inspiration with elements of modern design.
2. Distressed Jeans + Bandana
Nowww let's talk about these jeans I've been raving about. These stretchy high rise skinnies have busted out knees and raw edges, but they don't look too distressed to pair with nicer tops. These are my favorite jeans I've ever owned and I know I will be wearing them on repeat all year. Definitely a must-have for me!
Bandanas are my favorite way to add an extra layer of detail to any outfit. Here I tied it around my hat, but there are countless ways to style them. I tie them around my neck with sweaters and t-shirts, on the handles of my bags to give them a little extra something and wrap them around my head on those lazy hair days. My exact green one pictured below is no longer available, but you can shop more of my favorites here. Madewell bandanas are my go-to... I have them in three different colors and get so much use out of them.
3. Denim Skirt + OTK Boots
I've searched high and low for the perfect denim skirt and I finally found this A-line Patch Pocket skirt that I'm in love with. (I also styled it in my last blog post!) It has a deep indigo wash with a subtle worn-in look that makes it perfect for fall. I switched up the look by adding my bandana to my absolute favorite hat.
I got these OTK Boots from Kitty Nashville, a local boutique owned by my friend Sarah Davidson. I have short legs and often have a hard time finding OTK boots that don't come up way too high. These fit great and pair perfectly with jeans, skirts and dresses.