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Our summers are getting hotter and longer, and here in the Mid-Atlantic, our “fall” is pretty short. It feels like it goes from 80 degrees to 40 degrees overnight! I’ll never forget in November of 2017, I went on an 11-day trip, and it was 75 degrees the day I left, and it dropped to 45 degrees the day I came back. Sometimes, we just go straight from summer to winter!
So, how do you dress for fall when it’s still a bajillion degrees out? I love all things leopard fashion because it’s a trend that you can wear year-round. If you purchase anything leopard right now, it will transition from summer to fall with ease.
Here are ten leopard fashion pieces that can carry you to the next season, make sure to scroll down to the end of the post to see them all!
To be honest, I’ve been feeling a little under the weather recently, so I’m not 100% sure if I’ll even make it to the barbecue that we’ve been invited to tomorrow. However, if I can bounce back from this mystery illness, these are some 4th of July outfit ideas I’m thinking of trying for tomorrow’s festivities! The best part about these looks? You could likely recreate one of these 4th of July outfit ideas from pieces that are already in your closet. Plus, these are also pieces that you’d be able to wear all summer long!
I think in a way, we have all been conditioned to feel like we need to have a large group of friends — we can probably thank Taylor Swift for that. In college, I was quick to join a sorority. I moved to Philly partially because I met a group of friends there and thought I belonged. I always felt like a BAMF if I “rolled deep” with a large group of friends.
And honestly? As I grow older and learn more about myself, I’m definitely not a “squad” person. And I’m also learning that it’s perfectly ok if you don’t have a huge girl gang.
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