See how I transition my summer dress for fall

A perfect summer travel dress

I bought the summer dress of today’s OOTD as a dance dress for social dance. Upon its arrival I liked it so much that I decided to use it for work. The fabric is perfect for travel as it does not wrinkle. Thus, I packed it on my recent business trip to Boulder, Colorado.

mature woman wearing a summer dress styled for fall
eShakti printed summer dress styled with Hinge quilted leather jacket, GNW tights, BCBG statement belt and Harley Davidson booties (all own) for a warm fall look for work
midlife woman in a summer dress styled for fall
Back view of OOTD with eShakti printed fit-and-flare dress, Hinge quilted boxy Chanel style leather jacket, GNW tights and Harley Davidson booties (all own)

If you are a regular reader of Ana’s blog Mrs. American Made, you know already that we met and chat. She is such an interesting woman. Time ran way too fast.

The weather in Boulder was perfect – like summer in Interior Alaska. Thus, it was perfect for this dress. <3

printed fit-and-flare dress transitioned to fall
Side view of OOTD with eShakti printed dress, Hinge Leather jacket, GNW tights, Harley Davidson booties (all own)

One of the outcomes of our meeting was that we will host today’s linkup party together. We also planned to meet again when I come thru town.

outfit details
Zoom-in on Hinge quilted leather jacket with eShakti printed dress, BCBG belt (all own)

How to you transition your clothes from summer to Fall? What are your style challenges in the summer to fall transition time? Let me know by email so I can help you.

Top of the World Style linkup-party

Thanks to those of you who linked up last week. You are all so stylish! The Readers’ Fav OOTD goes to the link you clicked the most which was Alice’s OOTD from Happiness at Midlife. Linda from A Labour of Life showed how to create interest by mixing prints and patterns just in black and white for a comfy, but chic travel look. She made it to My Fav OOTD of the last party. I am into mixing prints and patterns lately.

Winners of the title Top of the World OOTD
Alice and Linda became Top of the World OOTD Readers’ Fav and My Fav, respectively. Photos from these Ladies’ posts

For those of you who don’t know Ana yet, let me introduce you to her. Ana is the stylish blogger behind Mrs. American Made. I already followed her before I started my blog. She is an over 40 fashion blogger who cares about the environment and sustainability. You can imagine we had many things in common to talk about. 🙂 To protect the environment, she tries to buy more local. As a natural progression “Made in USA” products became important to her. She told me that it is very hard to find great clothes made in America. Please stop by her blog to say Hi and follow her.

Co-host Ana from Mrs. American Made
Co-host Ana from Mrs. American Made. Photo from her bog

Now let’s start to party. Everyone of any age and gender is welcome to share their outfit posts.
#linkup #fashionlinkup #over40fashion | Top of the World Style linkup party logo | High Latitude Style |

  1. Please follow your Host via wordpress, >facebook, >twitter, >pinterest and your Co-host via >twitter, >pinterest, >facebook, or >bloglovin
  2. Link up any of your outfit posts
  3. Please visit your linkup-fellows’ blogs and give them some traffic and feedback.
  4. Please share the party and invite your blogging friends and tell your readers. Invite your friends on twitter.

As you know, I pin photos from this party’s post to the Top of the World Style pinterest board. I made this board a group board. Thus, if you want to pin all the photos of your linked up posts to the board let me know and I will send you an invitation. To get a reminder for the next Top of the World Style party or to co-host the party please sign up here:

Co-host Ana and host Nicole
Ana and me in Boulder in front of the UCAR building. Photo from Ana’s blog

Photos of me: G. Kramm

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