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Dressy and Casual Looks for Fall

Clearly we’re feeling the fall spirit around these parts because we’re back with another fun style challenge with the J. Jill fall collection! We’ve once again joined forces with Andrea from Momma in Flip Flops, Carly from Thirty Something Fashion and Ellen from That Chic Mom to style a couple of our favorite fall pieces! This go around I decided to show you both dressy and casual options. 



Let’s face it..I live in casual looks the majority of the fall and I’m sure you do too mamas! So, let’s talk about what I’m certain will be a cornerstone piece of my fall wardrobe, the Marled Open Front Cardi. This bad boy can be worn a million different ways and it’s light enough to not be too hot for early fall wear. I decided to pair it with a simple tank and jeans combo and I didn’t even worry about accessories…My leopard print slip on sneakers were statement enough! This is already one of my favorite looks for fall and fall isn’t even officially  here yet!



Next,  I went a dressier route with the J. Jill Shirt-Tail Hem Silk Tunic. I usually have trouble with shirts like this because of my, ahem, ample chest area. Haha! So, unbuttoning it and letting a cami peek out works for me. Just a little tip for those of you ladies in my boat, wink wink. I styled this beauty with a pair of tuxedo pants, a statement necklace and sky high ankle wrap sandals. This look is ready to go out on the town no? I need to get on the hubs to plan something. Haha!

So, which looks for fall are you dreaming about? Are you a dressy or casual girl at heart? Make sure you head over to our partners crime to see their fabulous looks for fall and make sure you check out our first style challenge featuring the J. Jill fall collection if you missed it!

We were not compensated for this post. We received samples for review. The opinions expressed are our own.


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