I'm trying on various combinations of fall/summer clothes for the current season with still warm weather. My goal is to figure out which of my too-many clothes work the best for fall/winter, so that my closet can be small enough to serve me well (i.e., make getting dressed easy and leave me feeling fabulous)
Here's two outfits that had a higher than usual happiness factor.
#1 is trying out a new-to-me plaid flannel. It's brown, dark red, gold and white, and I think I like it well enough to keep it in rotation. What do you think? Am I missing some flaw? Worn with white shorts, because it's too warm to wear flannel and long jeans.
#2 is last year's boyfriend jeans (full length rolled) with a cream lace sweater-shell. This was a top that I had up in my drawers for summer, but was too warm to wear in summer. It's perfect in this warm early-autumn weather, and I was surprised how much I liked this outfit.
Do these two outfits work proportions wise? They were perfect for the weather of the past few days, and make me look forward to more fall dressing.
All feedback and suggestions are more than welcome :)