Wear One Item Three Ways

By on September 27, 2016, in Fashion Trends, My Style Profiles

With fall officially here, it’s time to incorporate your favorite lightweight jackets, cardigans, and sweaters into your wardrobe. Luckily, these staple pieces can be worn multiple times in different ways, saving you money and space in your closet. Here’s a few suggestions to get you started.

The versatile Gauze Artist Jacket is both flattering and soft. Take it on vacation, as its blended fabric is light and adaptable. It offers a button closure, long cuffed sleeves, patch pockets, and side slits. It’s available in either a tan or purple shade and can be worn up or down, depending on which pieces you wear with it.

This jacket can be worn now over a delicate knit layer or later in the season with a heavier turtleneck sweater. Choose to style it with jeans, crop pants, or leggings. Dress it up with tall ankle boots or dress it down with simple flats.


Add an extra pop of color or some additional warmth by adding a print scarf. Try the elegant Vie Vienne Scarf or the luxurious Tiffany Scarf.


The Gauze Artist Jacket can also be buttoned up like a shirtdress and worn with a wide belt, like the Talia Leather Belt or the Leather Contour Belt.


Boots are most definitely a fall favorite and our Sherpa Convertible Boots offer limitless style with three different looks.

Our multipurpose boots are offered in black and brown and are fashioned with soft faux suede outside and lined with faux fur on the inside. They are truly a must have for the imminent colder weather.


These adaptable boots can be worn tall over jeans or leggings, exposing a small amount of fur at the top. They can be scrunched down halfway to show off a bit more, or folded over completely and worn at mid-calf.


So get creative with combining your autumn essentials! Take the opportunity to layer your favorite tops and sweaters or mix and match accessories and shoes to give the staple piece a completely different look. For inspiration, browse our latest fall collection today!