Fall Tunic with Dresslily


Happy Wednesday!! Fall is slowly making it’s way here to the south. It is starting to get chilly in the mornings and I can’t wait to pull out all of my boots. I’ve also┬ástarted burning all of my fall candles. Leaves by bath and body works especially! The one thing I am looking forward to the most is pumpkin carving.


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This “top” from Dresslily is actually supposed to be a dress. It is in that awkward in-between of being just a little too short for a dress, so to not let it go to waste I decided to try it out as a tunic. I actually ended up loving how it turned out because I don’t tend to wear a lot of tunic style tops.

I pulled out my favorite distressed jeans to give a little bit of edge to this look. To finish it off I knew I needed these heels that are so comfortable for walking around all day.