Ready for Fall fashion but the temperature isn’t cooperating? I have the solutions to feed your desire for fabulous Fall colors and styles while being prepared for the cool mornings that end as warm afternoons. It’s transition time and even though there is no transition season on the calendar, here in Oklahoma, there is a period of time where we get to usher in Fall, celebrating the upcoming season while adjusting to the fluctuating temps. It’s all about bare shoulders, bold color, fringe, and suede, and I’ve scouted out the best locations. So from Stillwater to Norman, let’s transition fashion into fall.
Off the shoulder is the look now and is perfect for transitioning into cooler weather. Savvy Fashion in Norman has a great collection of blouses.
Fringe is the way to go with your handbags and Balliet’s at Classen Curve has these beautiful suede choices.
The Black Scintilla in Midtown OKC has leather versions with fringe and all the Fall colors.
Bold colored clutches can be found at Stash in Norman.
This dress at Mirror Mirror Boutique in Piedmont can be topped with a jacket in the mornings and is a lovely day to evening outfit.
This fabric is a breeze for transitioning and with booties, you are set. Found it in Stillwater at Gypsy Sol Boutique.
Skirts are a no brainer as we change from Summer to Fall. I love the jewel tones and the design of this skirt at The Beauty Lounge in Midtown OKC.
Colored denim is a fun way to keep summer colors and mix with your favorite Fall shoes. These are at Milo and Lily Boutique in OKC.
No finished hem is the trend with your traditional denim and Cayman’s in Norman has just received their selection.
How great are these loafers??? You can pick up yours at Betsy King Shoes in the Paseo District.
Bringing in your suede but having an open toe is a fantastic way to switch into Fall. I found these stunners at CK & Co. in Nichols Hills.
Turquoise and leather are complementary pieces for this time of year. J. Spencer Jewelry in Edmond is where I go.
Mirrored sunglasses are what you need for your eyes and the colors are terrific at Bow and Arrow Boutique in OKC.
Aren’t we lucky that fashion is fun all year round?