Hi girls! In today's post I'm sharing with you some late Summer outfit ideas in collaboration with ZAFUL. I prepared 3 different looks. So, let's start!
LOOK 1: Hollow Out Dress & Brown Details
When I saw this hollow out dress on their website I immediately fell in love with it. I like everything about it! Knee-length A-line dress with 1/2 sleeves in a beautiful yellow shade with hollow out decoration. It's perfect for late Summer or early Fall days days. I would wear it with faux leather details in darker brown tones, so I picked this shoulder bag with tassel details and lace-up gladiator sandals with flat heel. When days get a bit chilly you can easily transform this look into Fall look by adding a PU jacket over the dress and replacing sandals with some ankle boots.
LOOK 2: Embroidery & Fringe
The second outfit also features one A-line dress and is all about black color. I picked this lovely puff sleeve dress with beautiful floral embroidery. This dress can be warn from Spring to Fall, so there's plenty way to accessorize it. For this transition period I would wear it with black bag and black shoes. I picked this PU fringe crossbody bag, which can be warn as clutch as well. When it comes to shoes I opted for these chunky heel lace up-sandals. Sandals are also available in green color and they would also match this combination because of this green embroidery elements.
LOOK 3: Stripes & Pom Poms
And here comes the last outfit idea. It's a combination for days when weather is still warm because of bare legs and shoulders. These days I definitely couldn't wear something like this because it's raining almost every day and it's a bit cold. But I hope we'll have more Summer days until real Fall arrives. Anyway, I picked a striped off the shoulder dress with a rope belt with tassels. I paired it with brown chain metal ring shoulder bag inspired by Chloe and brown sandals with colorful pom pom and other details.
Which of these 3 looks you like best and why?
Would you wear any of these pieces and how would you combine them?