Yes, Flower Print in Fall

Fall Fashion

That’s right, I am wearing a flower print dress in the fall and it’s completely okay. I can totally get away with wearing this print even in the fall. Why? Because it’s a more subdued flower print and it’s navy blue, which is my saving grace. And, at the time, this photo was taken when it was still beautiful and warm outside. Another trick to getting away with wearing a flower print dress in the fall is adding classic fall colours and accessories. So, I decided to wear this dress with a navy blue blazer, black tights, and brown oxford shoes (love!), belt and bag. Ooh, I need to talk about this bag that I found on the Naturalizer website! I had been lusting after a bag that looks exactly like this one on the Nordstrom website. But with all the duties and taxes, and blah, blah, blah, it would’ve came to a whopping $145!! Yeah, I don’t think so. And this Naturalizer bag was only $30, including shipping. Can you believe it?? This tote bag is also reversible, just like the Nordstrom look alike. It’s pretty much exactly the same. A tote bag is an absolute necessity for all women. I can stuff so much in this bag. My whole life is in it. It is also comfortable to wear, and would be the perfect carry-on bag for travelling too!

Do you wear flower prints in the fall? Share in the comments!

Edmonton Fashion Blogger

Park Bench

Flower Print In Fall

Flower Print Dress

Brown Belt

Railtown Park Edmonton

Brown Oxford Shoes

Navy Blue Blazer

Blazer Lining

Navy Blue Flower Print Dress

Park

Womens Fall Outfit

Fall Outfit

Blazer: Winners | Dress: Sears | Belt: Target  | Shoes: Soft Moc | Tote Bag: Naturalizer | Tights: Rexall Drugstore | Ring: Gift

Photos by: Christina Varvis
Location: Railtown Park, Edmonton

 

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