Jigsaw London x WFB

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Outfit Details | Hat (Halogen via Nordstrom), Dress (c/o Jigsaw London), Boots (Sam Edelman), Sunglasses (Dior), Purse (Chanel via Portero), Necklace (J Crew, old).

I know, I know. It might be a little early to start thinking about fall but I am going back to work next week (I work in a school so I have summers off!) so it’s feeling like fall is right around the corner. To help transition my wardrobe mindset to fall pieces (my fav!), Jigsaw London and I teamed up to bring you a fall look that still works for the end of summer. Every year, I always profess my love for fall and every year I feel lucky as San Francisco is often visited by our friend Karl the Fog who can cool down the days and evenings, which makes wearing your new fall and winter duds actually doable! Lucky me!

I have a funny story about Jigsaw London. When I was in high school, there was actually a Jigsaw London very close by. I used to always walk by the store window and was struck by how beautiful and minimalistic Jigsaw London’s pieces are. This dress is no exception. The mixture of silk and jersey fabrics make this dress not only look amazing but feel amazing when you’re wearing it. I’m already dreaming up ways to layer it more once the weather really cools down but for now, I am loving it on it’s own with some fun accessories, like this amazing hat that I picked up during the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale.  One of my favorite things about this dress is that it’s not clingy. It is so well made and the material just falls perfectly over your body, creating a very flattering silhouette.

Have a great rest of your day and as always, thank you for taking a minute to swing Wannabe Fashion Blogger!

1 Comment

  1. bumma
    August 12, 2015 / 7:50 am

    Oh My Goodness! I luv this look and the dress is amazing. The combination of the two fabric’s is inspirational….Wonderful transitional dressing with a minimum of fuss – and your accessories! Awesome….

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