I spent the last 10 days at the seaside, wearing my summer dresses and shorts, enjoying the sun and the great warm summer weather. I remember as I was a kid, we always used to spend the summer somewhere at the seaside and we only returned on 1st of September as the school started. And I also recall the cold and rainy weather every time after we came back home. School begin was for me always connected to rainy weather and changing back to warm wardrobe.
I have just returned back to Vienna today and guess what? Summer is gone! After just one hour-flight I came from almost 30 to 19 degrees. My first thought when landing: Do I have to give up on my summer wardrobe now? Nope! Definitely not. I am not ready for the fall yet!
In my last blog post I was writing about my favorite summer dress. You can read the article here.
I don´t like the idea of putting away my lovely maxi dress – not at all. So, how can I prolong the summer feeling somehow and keep wearing my dress?
Just before my holiday I bought this wonderful nude cashmere cardigan, which I guess will become my favorite winter piece. So please excuse me if you read about it one more time. I just love it! It´s so warm and soft. I am a huge fan of cashmere and I will show you more of it in the upcoming posts. I like it – not just because this particular fabric is so pleasant to the skin but also because it keeps me warm even on the coldest winter days. And this one is nude – the color I so much adore!
What I did here – I simply combined the summer dress with my new cashmere sweater. Done! I stay warm during the fall and yet keep the summer feeling for a bit longer. Very easy way to transfer the summer outfit into a pre-fall look. And going back to work tomorrow like this will definitely feel more pleasant than back to school.
I am safe for now, but I guess I will be shopping for more warm sweaters in the upcoming days… Therefore, stay tuned – more inspirations coming soon… Meanwhile, enjoy this wonderful September my lovelies!
Dress by Hallhuber
Photos by Julia Eileen