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INDIAN SUMMER


One of the things I'm learning to love about San Francisco is that our summer comes into full bloom in September - October. This is classically refered to as an "Indian Summer", and even though it's so different than my June - September summer of So Cal, I'm really enjoying it this time around. One of the unexpected perks is that it has given me the opportunity to creatively embrace a fashion trend that I simply couldn't find a way to love earlier this year: the re-emergence of 1970's fashion.

Lately, the 70's have been back in full force, and I've been wrestling with my desire to keep my fashion current and the fact that I just don't really like the clothing style or color-scheme. It's simply too bohemian, too flowy, too formless, and too embracing of warm, brown shades for my personal fashion sense (see my post on finding your style and building your wardrobe here for more info on that). I'm a fan of bright, bold color pops, black and white, and lots of classic tailoring. There is, however, one aspect of the 70's that I am surprisingly excited to embrace because it is flirty, fun, and only slightly undone: fringe.


I am loving everything fringy and flirty as an accent as we transition through this lovely indian summer into full-fledged fall. A few of my favorite obsessions include the Steve Madden Fringly Heel, the BaubleBar Tassel Bib necklace, and the Sole Society Fringe Faux Leather Crossbody bag.


Now my only dilema: Which color to get the Fringly heels in? Because I know G won't go for the side of me that wants all 7 colors!


P.S. You can shop the whole list on the side bar!! Yay!

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