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It’s *extremely* rare that we shoot and outfit and I think, “Oh my word, all these photos came out so flattering, I can barely narrow these down to 6-8 photos!” In fact, this is the first time it’s happened. So trust me when I say this is a foolproof way for ANYONE to look good with minimal effort and optimal comfort. And really, is there anything better than that? Here’s the secret to dressing during this odd transition between summer to fall- pair one of your favorite summer maxi dresses (because maxi dresses are so comfy) with a fall-friendly denim jacket and flats. I loved this dress as soon as I seen it earlier this summer, and just so you guys know, I enlisted the help of my mama to alter it. This particular dress was purchased from a Nordstrom Rack store location, I never even seen it online. I’ve linked several options down at the bottom so you can replicate this look. But in all honesty, you can probably already replicate it with items you have in your own closet. So grab your best tote bag, pull out that maxi dress you’ve prematurely put away, and dust off your vintage denim jacket- you’re all set to take this look for a spin!

Disclaimer: this post is my personal opinion and I was not compensated by any companies that may or may not be mentioned.

Outfit Details: Dress: CeCe by Cynthia Steffe (I found three floating around online here, here, and here. Similar here, Plus Size similar here), Jacket: J. Crew Factory, Tote Bag: Draper James (sold out, similar here and here), Sandals: Forever 21 (past season, similar here), Sunglasses: Marshalls (similar here), Earrings: Etsy