Now that the temperatures are beginning to drop, I have fully embraced the transition into the fall season. This post is the first in my series on fall fashion, a collection of unique styles that have captured my attention this season.

I could live in full skirts and prints throughout the year, but warmer hues and neutrals are more characteristic of fall. This season, I am loving darker prints, like florals, but the unconventional use of elephants on this print was captivating. The print was made by Ratti, an iconic fixture in fabrics and leading manufacturer of prints, along with other types of fabrics. The skirt and shirt are also on sale at J. Crew right now.


Recreating multiple looks to style the same pieces is essential to getting the most out of your wardrobe. So, I styled the print three different ways to show how prints can be transitioned from daytime to evening wear, or according to the occasion.

Look 1. Prints on Prints

The simplest way to style these pieces is, of course, to put them together. I rarely wear matching prints on top and bottom, but I like this combination together and I think it’s perfect for daytime outings. I wore this outfit with a pair of simple black pumps.

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Look 2. For the Work Place

The second look I created is for the work place. I paired the skirt with a white blouse from Anthropologie. I could not find the exact top online, but there is a similar one here. Sometimes my personal style is reminiscent of specific era, and with this ruffled blouse, this look is inspiring a modern interpretation of victorian styles.

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Look 3. A Night Out

I created a third look for a night out. For this look, I paired the off-the-shoulder top with a high-waist vegan leather mini skirt. The skirt was purchased from The Limited last year and the color matched perfectly with the color of the elephants. I tied the top at the bottom to accent the high waist of the skirt.


Outfit Details –  Skirt: J. Crew || Shirt: J. Crew

What are your favorite styles for fall? Stay tuned for more fall fashion!

1 Comment on “Fall Forecast (Part 1) – Day to Night Prints

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