3 ways to style a tee shirt dress for the summer to fall transition. I love using pieces in my wardrobe that can work in a variety of ways and for a number of occasions. a simple tee shirt dress can be worn casually with sneakers or dressed up with wedges. I love the versatility and practicality of an easy dress like this.
I’m here today to bring outfit inspiration for those in-between moments, where you are getting excited for fall but it’s definitely still summer lol.
here are 3 looks that I love and think everyone could use in their closet.
LOOK 1 – MOTO JACKET
the Moto jacket is a great way to edge up any outfit. this casual tee shirt dress got a little more glam with some wedges and a faux leather jacket with gold hardware. it’s the little details that make this look fancier. you could totally wear this out on a date, or out with the girls for dinner.
LOOK 2 – CARDIGAN
the most ‘fall’ like of the three looks, this outfit features a cardigan which I just want to wrap up in! a soft tee shirt dress and snuggly layer of a sweater/cardigan makes this outfit one that I’d be wearing in and out of the house. it legit feels like pajamas! but add a hat and some fun printed flats (just ordered these in the leopard, fitting tts) or booties and you’ve got yourself a perfect fall outfit!
LOOK 3 – SNEAKERS
I’ve always wanted to try the sneakers and dress trend, so here I am – trying it. what do you think???? I actually dig it. it’s comfortable, and even though I feel a bit out of my comfort zone … I think it looks so chic and cool. so even if you feel a little awkward at first with a new style or trend, keep with it. you never know how you’ll end up liking it.
I hope you enjoyed 3 simple ways to style a tee shirt dress in the fall
for more outfit inspiration – read .. styling a dress with boots, 4 ways!
we are definitely having weather where it’s a bit chilly in the morning but warmer as the day goes on. I wore a cardigan yesterday morning and it was AWESOME! LOL I love layering with cardigans and cuddly sweaters – so that’s pretty much the only thing about fall that I’m excited for.