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As the weather starts to cool in some parts of the country but not others dressing can be a challenge. I love having clothing items that transition easily from fall to winter. These Kohls dresses for women are perfect.
Summer to Fall Kohls Dresses for Women
I don't know about you, but the weather near me never seems to be able to make up it's mind. I have a whole 2 months where I don't know if I need to be putting away summer clothes or keeping them out. Our closets over fill because I have to keep a little out of each. Because of this problem I have put together several outfits that I can change from summer to fall with just a change of the accessories.
This outfit centers around this LC Conrad Pleated Midi Kohls Dresses for Women. This is your centerpiece item. For your summer look, you can pair it with sandals and some cute turquoise jewelry and a purse. Here is the summer look I love best.
- LC Conrad Pleated Midi Dress – $48.00
- Sonoma for Life Cork Wedge Sandals – $23.99
- Rosetti Anita Crossbody Bag – $21.99
- Mudd Gold Tone Beaded Stretch Bracelet – $9.10
- LC Conrad Bird Stud Earrings – $5.99
Then take the same dress and flip it to the fall look with a great cardigan, boots, and some new accessories. Same dress and a whole new look.
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What are some of your favorite looks to switch from summer to fall?
Looking for some great new fall outfits?
I love these Target Fall styles.
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