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Fashion file: Five ways to transition your LBD to fall

Fashion file: Five ways to transition your LBD to fall

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Fall fashion guest post by super stylish mom (of 3), Jen Pistor 

Just as we master our mom uniform for summer, we are now transitioning into fall and scouring our closets for our next go to look. We all want an outfit that is easy, quick, but stylish. A staple summer item for many of us is a classic little black dress. The LBD is not just for cocktail parties anymore. Simple and casual versions are so easy for day to day life. If you have a favourite lightweight one you have been living in all summer, don’t tuck it away just yet!

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A piece like this can easily transition from hot summer days to crisp fall nights. With just five pieces, that you probably already own, you can make a seamless transition into the new sartorial season.

1) Swap out your favourite beach tote for an easy leather bag. Cross body bags are always a great way to go to keep you hands free for sipping that latte while chasing your kids.

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2) Layer on a cozy, chic cardigan. Cardigans are a fall must! The absolute easiest way to transition to fall is by adding a stylish layer.

3) Retire your hot weather sandals for a pair of cute ankle boots. Don’t feel like you need to wear a heel. There are some adorable flat boot options this season.

4) Put a belt on it! Belts are a great way to define your shape and change the silhouette of a dress. We recommend a stretchy belt for maximum comfort.

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5) Top off the look with a stylish hat. A great hat can be worn with everything from jeans and a tee to your favourite dress. Did we also mention how much we love a hat to hide day 5 of dry shampoo?!?

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dress: Old Navy
cardigan: Dex Plus
Fall bag: Erin Templeton
boots: Plenty
hat: Hunnis
belt: Unbelts
{not all items are from current season inventory}

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