Saturday, August 13, 2011

Knotted Shirts & Maxi Skirts

I can hardly believe that summer's almost over. It's been so much fun, and I've definitely enjoyed the warm weather to the max. It's already starting to cool off in Wisconsin, so I'm thinking of how I want to transition my summer wardrobe to fall.
How To: Transition into Fall
One of my favorite looks is knotted tees and oxford shirts paired with maxi skirts. It's been popping up all over the place in street style blogs and I love how it's such a wearable trend. These are a few of my favorite examples of the style in action:
What I Wore
What summer wardrobe pieces do you plan on wearing into fall?

xoxo, lauren


the funky fashionista said...

I'm excited to bring bright colored denim and floral skirts into fall! Love the oxford and maxi skirts! That is such a cute look! Love the outfits you styled!

Xoxo ☺ said...

Love this look, especially the second pic with the denim top and the last two pics!. I am actually excited that summer is almost over (Yippe) I can't wait for fall! xo

Lauren said...

It's sooo late 80s, early 90s. I don't know about this one. Makes me want to hunt down a crimping iron and a scrunchie.

Sherin said...

So sad we didn't get a proper summer at all this year :(. But I've enjoyed looking at everyone still dressing summery. Maxi skirt have been a great trend, and I love knotted tees. said...

I'll definitely be wearing maxi skirts this fall, but other than that I'm looking forward to the fall trends! (Especially these:

Taryn said...

I love the way this looks, keeps maxi skirts from looking too overwhelming or frumpy

Allison said...

I love everything about this look! It adds a little bit of sex appeal to a maxi skirt, without being vulgar.
Love everything about this look, and these gorgeous skirts that are still fall appropriate! xox

Laura said...

I've worn the look a few times myself, and have loved it so I definitely plan to keep wearing it in fall. I also usually wear my sun dresses as an under layer in fall.

little moon lover said...

LOVE the outfit of the girl on the first photo!
wish I was that tall to rock maxi skirts.. I'm dying to wear them... loved this post..
this fall I plan to keep wearing turbans.. but in velvet.. I loved them..
I'm throwing a giveaway on my blog, you'd might like to enter.. take care!

Ashley @ Apparel Addiction said...

I love oxford shirts for fall so this is a great look to pair with maxi skirts! However, I think I'd wear an oxford with a flowy mini because I'm not tall enough to work a maxi skirt!

Gracey said...

I love these pictures! Maxi skirts absolutely swallow me so I don't think I could pull it off.

cyclotimia said...

Lauren, your pictures hosted on photobucket don't show up :(

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