Once Fall rolls around, you better believe that I will just be sporting my yoga pants, sweats and the most fabulous one-size-fits-all pants whenever I can. I’m all about comfort, warmth and ease when it comes to my wardrobe and I can’t wait for the seasons to change when I get to put away my shorts and don’t have to worry about my legs getting stuck on the seat from the Summer heat. Anyone else with me? I wear dresses all Summer long, but stock them away once the weather starts to change. By golly, I’m going to try to change that! I challenged myself to put together a handful of comfortable dress options that I can wear throughout the Fall without getting too chilly or sacrificing comfort. Here you go – it’s all I’ve got.
Long Sleeve T-Shirt Dress
Everything about t-shirt dresses are just wonderful. I mean, it’s a t-shirt…that is a dress. Perfection. Toss in some long sleeves and you’ve got me sold. A chunky scarf and some booties help this dress scream “Fall” and all you need is a pumpkin spice latte in hand to be on point.
A sweater in a dress form is right up there with the t-shirt dress. They are so warm and cozy that you are just walking around with your arms through a blanket. So, basically a Snuggie that is socially acceptable and considered cute. Toss on some tall boots or over-the-knee boots to help keep your legs warm and you are all set. If the temps drop even more, you can throw on a pair of leggings underneath this dress and be on your way.
Chunky Cardigan + Dress
This combo is probably one of the most easy ways to take your summer or short sleeve dresses into the cooler seasons. Toss on any comfy and cuddly cardigan, a pair of booties and snuggle on up into comfort.
Long Sleeve Maxi Dress
Talk about an all-in-one package. You have a dress that can be casual or dressed up for all the holiday parties you are invited to. Long sleeves, a long dress to cover your unshaved legs and all in one piece. This dress is unfortunately sold out, but where I purchased it has plenty of maxi dress options! Hop on over to Ashley LeMieux to see what you can find.