Welcome back to the blog ladies and gents! Today I’m showing you my August top picks from Chic Soul! I’m already in the fall spirit, even if it is 91’ today. Don’t worry though, these looks will get you in the fall spirit none the less. You’ll be rewatching Harry Potter and sipping homemade apple cider in no time.
All of these looks land in the faux fall category. In every look I am wearing the same amount of clothing I would in the summer but with a fall esthetic.
Chic Soul’s Call Me Yours dress ($42) in Mustard is the perfect piece to do faux fall. The dress is light weight and has pockets! Paring a mustard dress with leopard booties and a camel hat is the easiest cheat to do faux fall. And by the way, do I see a few dead leaves on the ground!
This look gives me all the Donna from That 70’s Show vibes. Their It’s My Night tank in rust ($38) is still a light weight tank, but with the burnt orange color and leopard print detail it gives it a fall vibe. I paired this with the coolest jeans ever. These are the Vintage Edition Jeans ($54) from Chic Soul.
A little back story. When I was 15, mega bell bottoms like these were all the rage. However, I never could find a pair that were long enough for my 5’10 frame. Now, at age 35, I have FINALLY found a pair that fit well and are long enough! Chic Soul has fulfilled a 20 year long dream for me! Thank you Chic Soul.
This last look is so easy it’s like cheating. You can never go wrong with an all black outfit. Here are my tricks to make this faux fall-esque. I chose the Meant to Impress dress in black ($58). The lace edging detail gives this an antique feel. You pair that with a wide brim fedora tipped back, it gives it almost a witches hat vibe. You also add a pair of black faux leather slides and bam! All these little details, add up to big details to give a faux fall vibe.
And that is it! I hope you’re enjoying this series on faux fall. I also have a custom code I’m sharing with you! Use code CurvyCarrotTop15 for 15% off your order!
Until next time. Hugs, Kisses and All That Jazz,