Hi, friends!! The weather is cooling down, the leaves are falling, and I am so excited to style my KB pieces for the Autumn! I get asked all the time how to layer for the cooler months. It's not hard at all! You just have to get creative with your closet! You don't need these exact pieces to recreate these looks... odds are, you have basics around that you can layer with right now! These are just a few ways Mia, Audrey, and I came up with to style your fav summer pieces. I hope this look book offers you some inspiration! 💛
Here, I've chosen to go with 3-layers! I've paired a long sleeved tee, a shrug, and a slouchy graphic tee on top! I've got on some velvet bells, my "goes with everything" hat, and a head wrap as a fun kerchief. Audrey is going for dreamy peasant vibes by pairing a silk shrug with a black tank and show-stopping velvet maxi skirt. Add tights and chunky heeled boots, and you are boho chic for fall!
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Original Crop Top
Audrey paired her Original Crop with her favorite high waisted leggings, this army green cargo jacket, a beanie and suede ankle boots! Voila! Bonus points if you embellish with a stunning handmade statement piece from The Style Freed
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Mia got creative with this one... this is just a classic Silk Muumuu tied and twisted over her head! She is wearing it over a long cardigan with stretchy velvet bells and a warm knit scarf! And bonus... this look works great with all of our hair accessories, including this Super Scrunchie she is wearing as a bracelet. We are loving all the texture! Bet you didn't know a muu could do this!
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This was one of my favorite looks... so perfect for date night! I've got my romper on with a sheer black duster, black hat, and fun snake skin boots! So simple, but dressed up! And the best part is I can strip down to the romper and be ready to chill around the house. 😂 Because we all know I'm in my element when I'm in lounge wear, y'all.
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*coming back in November!
Kantha Split Muu
Here, Mia has on a black spandex one piece (a catsuit if you will!) with a Kantha Split Muu over the top. So simple, yet chic! She has paired it with an India Head Wrap and a pair of merlot suede booties. You could get the same effect and extra warmth by wearing a chunky sweater and faux leather leggings underneath.
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A Ruana, like a Kantha Coat, provides a great outer layer for almost any outfit! Here I just threw one on over a cozy bell-sleeve jumpsuit, and added a scarf and those same snake skin ankle boots. You could go for Muks or Blundstones to dress it back down a bit. This one seriously felt like jammies!! 😍
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Same jumpsuit, different look! Don't be intimidated by your lightweight silk items! The Hi-Lo's are versatile, and I think they look so cute thrown over a jumpsuit like this. You could add a big scarf or hat for added warmth. Love!
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These coats were made for this time of year! Audrey is wearing this one over a plain black tee and fun patterned pants. Once the temps drop lower and you need a thicker layer, we also LOVE pairing our coats with a chunky neutral turtleneck or even a sweater dress.
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*coming back in December!
If you don't have a koverlet yet... you are missing out! My kids always reach for them when watching a movie on the couch, and I love wrapping up in one around our fire pit on these chilly nights!
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Our new Hoodies are so perfect for this transition weather, as well! Mia is wearing a Medium Hoodie with those amazing Walmart bells ($9.98 made this Free People girl say whaaat? They are ALL the things!! Keep an eye out next time you go!) She completed the look with her fav leather Hauraches and a Turban as a scarf.
Shop Kantha Hoodies in 2 sizes here:
That's all for now, y'all! I hope you enjoyed this little shoot... I know we did! And please join the Besties Facebook group if you haven't. Not only is it an amazing community of women, but these beautiful ladies are always sharing their own styling tips. It is such an empowering corner of the internet! Request to join here.