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Weather Patterns Vs Fashionistas


As we all know it can be expensive to transition our summer wardrobe into a fabulous fall wardrobe but never fear with these great tips you’ll be a fun fearless do as fast as you can say “school’s in!”

Scarves: Remember those great lightweight and airy summer scarves all the hippest celebs have been rocking all summer long as necklaces well now’s the perfect time to wear them since they serve double duty, (scarf/necklace) catch my drift? Not with that cute scarf you won’t!

Summer dresses: don’t retire them to the back of your closet just yet! A cute floral mini dress can work great with a cropped leather jacket, to add just the right hints of femininity and edginess. Maxi dresses too can become fall staples pair them with some flats and a jean jacket and you’re ready to go!

Fedoras: The best bad hair day accessory and shield from the scorching summer sun can still be an awesome way to top off any outfit. Remember the sun is still damaging to the skin in the colder months and SPF is always a “Do” so the fedora can still serve as a your mug’s most prized accessory as it creates a stylish barrier between you and those harmful UV rays.

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About Alexandra Palmer

Alexandra is a native New Yorker who's always had a keen interest in news. She was drawn to the industries fast paced and deadline driven environments. She recently graduated with a Masters of Arts in multimedia journalism from New York University, where she specialized in video production, reporting, and editing. Some of her most prominent accomplishments include an investigative piece on campus sexual assault her and fellow NYU student Rajeev Dhir published in Al Jazeera America in February. Alexandra has also interned at several prestigious news outlets, including MSNBC's Ronan Farrow Daily Show, and Us Weekly. Alexandra's interests outside of journalism include, acting for film and television. Alexandra recently wrote and starred in her first one act play this August. The piece was selected as a semi-finalist in the New York New Works Theatre Festival. Writing is Alexandra's first love. Alexandra is also graduate of Marymount Manhattan College with a Bachelor of Arts in English and World Literature, and a minor in Hispanic Studies.

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