Fall Trend: The Flower Child Look


Ahh finally, September has arrived.  Time for cooler nights, less humidity, and sunny days without the 20-minute daily down-pours.  Happy Florida-style Fall, y’all!  The fall and winter weather down here in Tampa is the absolute best and I’ve started to revamp my closet with sweaters, boots, leg warmers, and long-sleeve dresses.

For this look, I paired a flattering, floral printed dress with boots and leg warmers.  As for the accessories, I added some faded gold jewelry that I’ve been holding onto for quite some time, which looks particularly nice against a fair physique.

My boots were a Christmas gift from my high school days.  I remember seeing them online at Anthropologie and falling in love, and my wonderful mom took note of that infatuation.  Somehow, they still fit and are in great shape considering they’ve been worn in rain, snow, and ice.

I also love leg-warmers and have been pairing them with boots for years now.  It adds a little spice to any outfit and looks so flattering on bare legs.

As for the styling, I added a couple bohemian tapestries to accentuate our condo building’s faux grass rooftop deck.  Despite the cheesy adornments, I do have to say that we have a pretty sick view of downtown.

What do you guys think about this autumn inspired look?
















Dress: Marshall’s, $25
Boots: Anthropologie, old, $100
Purse: Italy, gift
Hat & Rings: Earthbound Trading Co, $20
Necklace: Etsy, gift
Leg-warmers: Urban Outfitters, old, $10
Earrings: Nordstrom Rack, $2
Sunnies: Nordstrom, $12

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