This week’s outfit is a cozy-chic cold shoulder dress paired with wedge booties – which are quite comfortable, and a nice black clutch that I got my hands on recently. It is still a bit hot in Texas, but it’s slowly cooling down and feeling more like sweater weather. This only means that I will be able to wear this dress a lot more. 😉
This is the perfect piece for a night out on the town or a date night. The fabric is light enough to wear through the fall and into winter. I also love the color, crawl neck and cold shoulder details. I thought it also fit nicely, it wasn’t too snug on my body – which I prefer.
With Christmas approaching, I think this would be a cute outfit option. I got this one from Love Kuza and they have a lot more options, so make sure to check out the boutique.
If you haven’t already, you please check out The Asterisk Boutique – a contemporary women’s clothing boutique in Dixon, Illinois, that is ran by a small team and the sweetest owner. The styles available are perfect for bodies of all sizes.
If you follow the boutique on Instagram, you can get some serious inspiration on how to wear what is available on site. And you don’t have to be in Illinois to shop. 😉 You can shop right from here.
The kimono below is from the boutique’s fall collection. Can you tell by the beautiful burnt orange color? The great thing, is that it is super light, which makes it easy to wear it as we transition from summer to fall.
On the first look, I wore the kimono with a plain white tank, distressed shorts and my favorite wedges. Then accessorized with three tiered earrings, animal print bangle and my wooden watch.
As it finally starts to cool down in Houston, I found myself remising about the warmer days of fall. And thought about sharing this fall wreath I had made.
I have to admit that I am a hoarder of materials! And this DIY was made possible by this hoarding condition! Some of the materials that I used are from a previous DIY that I will later share.
I wanted a new wreath but I wasn’t sure what I wanted or how much I wanted to spend. So, I thought about making one. And once I get an idea rolling, it’s hard to pump the breaks (my husband can attest to this). I’m a DIY-holic! Wait, is this even a term?