With Fall in full swing I am waiting for the weather to remain consistent enough to wear sweaters all day without sweating come 3:00. Some days it starts out being 44 degrees in the morning and get up to the 80s before cooling back down at night. Because of that, dresses that are easy to layer have been essential when it comes to dressing comfortable for the day. I have fallen in love with Southern Tide's fall collection and this navy striped t-shirt dress is no different. There is something about throwing on a dress that makes you look so put together without people thinking about the ease of only picking out one article of clothing. I wore this for student teaching the other day and keep it on hand whenever I need to throw something on fast.
Before I resort to solely boots and booties I've been reaching for this pair of Sperry's frequently. The sand color and navy detail make them a great option for the first of fall. The laces come tied in cute little knots which takes me back to my first pair of Sperry's which my grandmother and I tied in this same way. Though I don't typically carry clutches with these type of outfits this cork clutch with navy trim had my eyes twinkling when I first saw it in Southern Tide's Greenville store! I love that it was released in the fall since so frequently I mentally categorize cork as a summer accessory. With silver specs on the neutral brown I refuse to put this away anytime soon!
Since we are speaking of Southern Tide, I have an exciting announcement for y'all! I'll be hosting a light brunch at their store in Greenville, SC this Sunday (10/23) from 1:00 - 3:00. If you're nearby I would LOVE to meet y'all and put a name with a face. I've never done something of this nature and couldn't think of a better venue to host the event at. The Southern Tide team will be providing drinks and some light brunch like food and I don't want to have to eat it all by myself! Here is the official event invite and I'd love to know whether or not you'll be able to stop by to see their new location & fall line!