Fall Layering Prep

The weather around here the last week is screaming "Fall is here!" and I love it! I'm most happy when wearing an oversized sweater and skinny jeans. I have been taking stock of my wardrobe (per my Curated Closet post) and I identified a few items I felt I needed to invest in for the fall season. As I was looking for fall inspiration, I found myself gravitating toward lots of layered looks. So first up to hunt down were some camis. I am sticking to neutral colors as I add to my wardrobe- think black, nude, white, grey- and found a lot of potential options.

I decided on two camis (Deep V Bandeau in Vanilla- pictured below which looks like a nude color on me & the Up All Night Silk Cami in black) from Free People. The cami below has a beautiful lace bandeau insert that adds a little romance to this piece that I loved. The neutral color also has lots of potential for layering under numerous cardis or sweaters this fall/winter. I'm wearing a size small for reference.

If you are starting to think fall sweaters as well, I've linked a few below that I'm waiting to be delivered (!) as well as a few I'm still eyeing for potential purchase. I've learned through trial and error that if a sweater is cheap in price, it is likely cheap in quality. I've purchased a few sweaters from Missguided and Asos that look cute in the images and seem like great bargains, then I get them and the fabric is rough and scratchy or they quickly start to pill, lose their shape, or get holes from poor construction issues. In the end, they aren't really a bargain if you only get to wear them a few times before you throw in the towel on them. So, life lesson: Invest in high quality sweaters and take good care of them. This way you love what you are wearing and you get numerous seasons out of them.

Are you looking forward to fall? What are your favorite fall pieces to break out when the weather starts to change?

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