Styling The Spicy Tomato Show Me Your Mumu Maxi Dress for Early Fall
Even as we head deeper into Fall, I love to hold onto color in my wardrobe – and some fun prints that relate to harvest Season. I really view September as an extension of Summer – so wearing something light-weight and bright feels natural – whereas October to me feels like true Fall, which is when I start to turn my closet over.
For today’s outfit, I chose to style a fun dress by Show Me Your Mumu – in a print called “spicy tomato” – which is right at the intersection of Summer and Fall.
Here are the exact ingredients to this outfit formula, and how I styled it:
- The Midi Dress. I’ve talked about this brand “Show Me Your Mumu” in one of my recent posts, and showed a look I styled with this Range Romper. What really drew me into the brand in the first place though was this “spicy tomato” print – and the Linds Midi Dress showed it off perfectly (sold out in this print sadly, but see a few available prints below). The dress itself has a great midi length, and combines puff sleeves and tight bodice with a straight skirt and flirty ruffle on the bottom. It fits really well – and is very comfortable, making it perfect for an afternoon picnic, a date at the park, or a Summer-into-Fall wedding guest look. Even though the Linds Dress sold out in this print, I still found a few other pieces in it – like this Ella Top and the Angel Mini Dress – both adorable options!
- Structured Colorful Bag. Another look I styled with this Coach Leather Tabby 20 Top Handle Bag (see the first one HERE). I think it’s elegant and classic, and will go equally well with a pair of jeans, simple tee or blouse, and a blazer or leather jacket. It can also transition into Fall as your “pop of color” for more neutral looks.
- Rose Colored Sandals. These Coclico Crown Sandals are still my favorite pair from this Summer, and pairs perfectly with this look to continue the pink color – which is a concept called “column of color” in styling – allowing your look to come across as cohesive and purposeful.
I hope this inspires you to try out a similar outfit this Summer and into Fall!
As always, please feel free to share the outfits you create via Instagram, using hashtag #ModnitsaOutfit in your posts, and I’ll be sure repost them on my stories!
Photography by Abigail Cernava.
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