Floral prints, oh how I love thee. This lovely floral beauty caught my eye and I snagged it so fast, lucky for me it was on sale. Bold but really pretty, the colorful embroidery on the black background makes this top pop. But alas, the style is off the shoulder and we are supposed to be in the Fall season and putting away the summery styles. But in the name of fashion, we still have a few more not so chilly days to rock a floral off the shoulder. The trick? Get it in a style with a longer sleeve.
I happily packed this top on a recent trip to the Pacific Northwest and it was perfect for the cooler temps. I paired with some of the most comfy jeans from Charlotte Russe. My only negative with these jeans is the light whiskering in the thigh area. For me, it makes my thighs looks larger and we don’t have time for that! And of course, I rocked my Gucci dupe slides, also from Charlotte Russe.
Here are some cute floral off the shoulder tops you can easily rock right up to Halloween. Take a peek…
And, in cooler temps, you could also consider a heavier weight fabric such as velvet. Velvet is everywhere for the Fall! This is my all time favorite style, the shoulder area is super sexy.
What summer styles are you transitioning to Fall?
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Yessss to off the shoulder tops and I love it on you. The embroidery here gives much envy. Enjoy Fall my Dear.
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Thank you, the pics don’t do the embroidery justice!
Amber Shannon says
Cute top!! Love pieces that transition well from season to season.
With Love & Style,
ALL THE AMBIENCE
It’s finally getting cooler here, thank goodness!
You look so great Robin, thanks for the suggestions!
S | Je M’appelle Chanel
Thank you so much!!
You look stunning, dear! This top is so gorgeous. I love the colors and the way you styled it.
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Thank you Nerline, loving all the embroidery for the fall season!
Looking good!!! I love the top and that nail color is everything http://jchanet.com.
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Thanks so much Shay!