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After recently welcoming the Fall Equinox, we're so ready for the colder days ahead-with that being said it's important to prepare your wardrobe to transition with new weather patterns. Lord knows we're so all excited to put these 100 degree days behind us
Transitional styling is a simple as considering that it may be hotter during the day-colder at night and even just totally unpredictable all together (blame the weatherman for this one.) In hopes of giving you all some inspiration this season we asked our favorite local Stylist: Kasi Martin of Peahen Studio to share her tips and tricks from our recent campaign that she worked on-using the looks she put together as guidance.
1. The Persephone Skirt-Chartreuse
"Forgo the style rules and do volume on volume. I love the ease of a simple menswear button down, worn simple and streamlined or amped up when it’s cinched under a vintage corset."
Mix a simple, elevated silk with a high-impact, abstract-print top in fall’s most saturated colors for something unexpected.
Don’t be afraid to mix patterns and textures. Try this by picking one bold color, like the royal blue here, and matching it with a complimentary color, like chartreuse. Be sure to keep the other items you style it with in classic shapes and neutral colors.
5. Check out the rest of our Fall/Winter Styles and get even more excited by our stylish yet timeless designs paired with Kasi's perfect artisan touch.
We hope that you love our ethically made collection as much as we do and feel inspired to style these plant dyed pieces with something in your wardrobe.
More about Kasi (Peahen Studio):
Kasi is the founder of Peahen Studio, a leading destination for sustainable style. Kasi is a sustainable fashion journalist and wardrobe stylist whose work has been featured in Glamour, Texas Monthly, Sourcing Journal, South by Southwest, & more. She blends deep subject-matter expertise with contemporary style, helping her clients refine their dressing formulas, maximize their wardrobes, and make updates with slow and secondhand apparel.
Kasi is also co-founder (with Melissa of Soul Studio) of Central Texas Fashion Coalition-Austin's local group for industry professionals. Reach out to us via email if you'd like to learn more about our CTFC meetups.