Fall into Labor Day part 2•
Posted on August 28 2015
Labor Day is officially one week away! Make sure you get your orders in to reach you in time so you can be fabulous for the "last" official weekend of Summer. I know, I am bummed too. We have put together a few more outfit ideas to take you into Fall.
Check them out and of course let us know if you have any other questions, Muses.
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1. The Go Silk Peek-a-Boo Henley is a washable silk blouse that is very lightweight and can be worn now as well as into Fall. No dry cleaning trips for this beautiful blouse! We paired it with a Tibi embroidered almond skirt and pair of Tory Burch flats. Pair the skirt with any color top and tights for Fall and you have a season-less skirt.
2. The Soft Joie Emilia dress is the softest, most comfortable maxi dress, and fun! Wear it now with the Bloch suede ballet flats and when Fall comes full blast, slip on a cardigan to keep your arms warm.
3. For those still relishing summer, pick up the Antik Batik Orea Short that can be worn now with the lightweight long sleeve Splendid beach glass plaid shirt. Roll the sleeves and tie the blouse into a knot at your waist and you are labor day ready! Once temperatures drop, slip on a plain tee and the Entro Fringe Kimono to channel Fall.
We hope you enjoy Labor Day and tag us in your pictures!
Stay tuned for more Fall outfit ideas! Make sure to follow us on social media to be the first to know that is happening at Mulberry Muse.
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