First of Fall

Friday, September 23, 2016

Happy second day of fall, y'all!  We are so ready for pumpkin spice everything (shameless love), coffee dates and strolls in our favorite places watching the leaves change.  Not to mention all of the layers -- bring on the cardigans + tights + booties.  We've been loving all of Modcloth's fall offerings (lots of mustard yellow which is good, because we're addicted). We both chose pieces that we knew would have a permanent home in this season's wardrobe and that could be mix and matched with other outfits.

With each season change we jokingly (and not so jokingly) try and visualize what direction our style will go in.  I found that the Mod Squad Goals Dress fit absolutely perfect and was extremely comfortable.  The color palette of the dress lends itself to so many different accessories so it'll be a great staple piece for Fall to style in different ways. Mustard is my go-to color so I've actually already re-imagined this outfit with mustard tights and burgundy flats. So many options! Also, sometimes a Georgia gal just has to put on a beret and pretend to be French.  Amanda was channeling Peggy Olson and went with the accordion pleat Scene of Your Studies Skirt.

We both agreed that one of the best things about Modcloth is that they carry sizes XXS to 4X.  If you're unsure about what size you need, just like we were, we cannot recommend chatting in or emailing the Modstylists more!  The size charts with full measurements for things might not be posted but the stylists can get them for you and if they're not already taken, will have them taken for you and emailed to you later in the day.  The stylists were absolutely so helpful in ensuring that we picked the right sizes.  Shout out to Molly who helped us not once, not twice, but three times!

//  Also, how cute is our local Augusta bookstore?  Does anyone else want to try running full speed and going through the platform? It was tough to resist. 

// Get 40% off some fall favorites with promo code "CANTWAIT" shop the sale, here.

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