It is a beautiful day in Virginia, but I feel fall in the air. I hate to see the warm days of summer leave, but I am already looking forward to fall fashions. I start looking for clothing pieces that can be worn for both summer and fall, and today’s outfit c/o Tribal Clothing is precisely what I am looking for.
I fell in love with this dreamy top the minute that I saw it on their website. I am a sucker for a flowy top because I love how romantic they look. The deep V-neckline is my favorite since it elongates my neck, making me appear thinner. I love looking thinner!!! The wide dolman sleeves will make it easy to add a long sleeve top under it for colder weather.
I love this print! The muted watercolors are beautiful, and they work for both summer and fall. There is light pink and beige for summer, and you have the darker grays and golds for fall.
The tie-front style is very popular, and it is a flattering element also. It draws your eyes in, and that helps to create a thinner waist. I am always looking for ways to “appear” thinner, except for anything involving diet and exercise. I am wearing a size medium in the top, and this top is machine washable. Click here to purchase your own, which is now on sale!!!
These pants are so comfortable and feature a Flatten It design to help shape your midsection to perfection! I couldn’t wait to get my hands on these capris, and they were everything that I had hoped for! The color is called Shadow, and it will work for spring and fall both. The pants have a unique detail that I did not get it in a picture. You can see a back slit at the hemline when you check out the photos on their website. I am wearing my usual size 10 in these pants, and they fit perfectly. Here is the link to these gorgeous capris.
Be sure to check out all of the clothing at Tribal Clothing. I know that you will love all of your selections.
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This post is sponsored by Tribal Clothing Company, and I will receive compensation, but the opinions expressed are my own.