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Fallish Edit

October 26, 2017

I'm looking at my weather forecast for the next 10 days and just as expected... high 70's. This is completely unacceptable. Another Autumn week is going by and I STILL can't wear my warmer clothes. For those of you that are in much cooler climates, I know what you're probably thinking. "This lucky girl is complaining about not freezing yet?! What the heck??" Trust me, I enjoy the months in Vegas that are not triple digits. I also enjoy the cooler weather and the sweaters and coats that come with it. I guess it's just not truly feeling like we're in "the season". 


Here are a few looks from last week that I wore:


MONDAY-From Brimm  Boutique this bell sleeved micro mini dress. I was feeling the boho vibes that day and wanted something playful to wear. This dress and so much more at Brimm are wardrobe must-haves. I'll definitely get more pieces to layer with this winter. 


WEDNESDAY- I rewore this gorgeous dress from Sonya Bee's Boutique.

Last time I wore it to a wedding and this time I added a casual jean jacket for a dinner party. I love the colors of this dress! I think this outfit is the closest I have gotten to Fall all October. It is such a versatile style and I can't wait to wear it again. 


Most of my clothes are from Sonya Bee. I love their mix of causal and dressy styles. Their selections keep getting better every time I visit the site.  


Then FRIDAY I gave up...

I rocked this two piece from Steele. It was so warm that day and I was feeling flirty so I opted for this crop top and maxi skirt. Nothing like a little Latin flair to start off the weekend!


I'm keeping glued to the weather updates the rest of the month in hopes of a change. Until then, my summer attire remains out of storage. I am looking to get some new winter pieces. What are some of your favorite brands? Comment below and on my Instagram @Stasi_Says! 

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