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  It's that time of year again when we begin to slowly add layers, where sleeves and hemlines get longer.  It's not an immediate transformation but one that allows us to continue to wear the summer pieces that we love so much while giving them a proper send off into "winter storage".  I'm not reinventing the wheel here and I know that.  It's around this time that all of your fave fashion bloggers and stylists will be doing similar posts, that is, once they return from New York Fashion Week.  This is just my take on some personal favorites from the TPB closet paired with other fall ready items that can show you how we would make the transition.

 

  For the purpose of today's post I want to feature the Emerald Sweater by J.O.A.  With such rich color and and amazing faux fur and knitted ribbed detailing, this sweater can get attention on its own merit.  Below I have offered a few ways that it can be worn while keeping the sweater as the focal point.

  Not shown as an option would be Emerald Sweater with a denim maxi skirt.

                      

                              

Here is this luscious sweater paired with this skinny denim that offers a slightly shiny finish guaranteed to dress up your entire look.  Finish with a heel or a mid to high rise boot depending how far into the Fall season you are in your area.

 

Emerald Sweater by JOA at Though Process Boutique

This option does a nice mix of textures.  The faux leather A-line mini is a sultry compliment to the ribbed knit.  The silver loafer (similar found here) just adds an aesthetic pop that creates a bit of dimension to the overall look.

 

JOA Emerald Sweater at Thought Process Boutique

This image offers a similar look to the previous, however the skirt is longer and she is wearing booties for a colder weather look.  You may want to add opaque tights or a tall boot if you need extra layers.

 

 

  Again,  this is how I would think to wear this sweater.  If you have a different way, please share!  

 

XO 

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