Since our move to Austin we have experienced ALL the weather. Hot and humid, nonstop rain, cold, and my personal favorite (total sarcasm) hot and rainy days! Since the temperature has recently dropped it was time to share all my favorite go-to tops.
Here are my favorite trends for this season and some ideas for how to style each of them. If you love the actual top so much you just have to own it yourself, just click on the highlighted links below to see where I snagged it from.
First up, is this gauze top that has been making me feel like a glowing angel. Did I mention it feels like baby angel wings? But really, this top is one of those pieces that you can wear with any pants in changing seasons. I love pairing this with my moto pants and some cute booties on a sunny fall day.
The number one thing you guys keep sending me DM’s about… turtleneck sweaters! I can’t remember the last time I bought a turtleneck –or even a mock turtleneck!– and this season I found one from none other than TARGET! This soft off-white number is worth mentioning that if you’re going to get it you should also get these pearl hoops. I bought them to pair with this sweater but I will wear them with EVERYTHING.
Here is one of my favorites because this top does magic tricks. ✨ How? I can eat a burrito the size of my thigh and abracadabra! This flannel peplum top covers my food baby right up. That’s right, Becky! You can have an extra serving of stuffing at Thanksgiving and not apologize for it. Available in three colors – Rust, Olive, and BlackBerry.
Next up, my flirty date night sweater. Check out the twist back on this one! Wear your favorite cami underneath or spice things up with a lace bralette.
You know I love mustard tops, so here’s one of my favorite mock neck sweaters! I feel like the popular girl from the 70s with the slouchy look and some statement gold hoop earrings.
If you end up getting any of the tops — or even rocking your own version of one of these trends– tag me in your pic on Instagram so I can see what you’re stylin’ this fall.