I am still trying to accept the fact that it is already September... What happened?  I just love the fall season time for pumpkin coffee ... yes it's back at Dunkin Donuts you have no idea the joy this puts in my heart. I am a serious pumpkin nut you , pumpkin yogurt, ice cream, bread.. u named it I've tried it.. LOL

While the leaves are turning colors my mind has been shifting and thinking of ways that I am going to make  this transition to fall as far as my wardrobe is concerned . It's time to get this girl fall ready . When making a purchase I stop and ask myself if this an item that I can transition into a cooler season and just how many ways can I style this. 

There are many reasons I fell in love with this yellow midi dress at New York and Company.  The thing that first got my attention was the vibrant mustard color.. so rich and so perfect for fall and next there was the bow.. I am such a sucker for anything with bows..

I styled this beauty 3 different ways which I plan to do every week with an item because this chica is all about getting more fashion for my money.

The first look was office friendly , appropriate for church, lunch just about anywhere. I decided to let the dress stand on it's on with some simple cognac pumps and an animal print bag that I recently scored at +Jcpenney on a serious purse haul. I got this baby for about $7 after coupons. 

Dress - New York and Company
Shoes - Target (sim)
Bag - Jcpenney (in store )

                                                                        Look 2- Workflow

 I decided to add a hint of animal print and a jacket to make it a little business like with a pop of animal print for sass

                                                           Look 3 - Keeping it Casual
I decided to add a some casual flare  by adding the trusty jean jacket and some Steve Madden cutout booties . I just love this shade of cognac with this shade of yellow

Which was your favorite ? I hope you fashionista's are having as much fun as me transitioning your wardrobe for cooler fall temperatures


                                                 And as always thank you for stopping by!
                                                      Mary aka Curlybyrdie XOXO