Fall has arrived finally! But only in spirit because we surely aren’t getting any fall weather yet. Atlanta has broken hot temperature records for this month, and unsure of when we are actually going to cool down. It makes it extremely difficult to transition into my fall wardrobe when it’s still 90 degrees outside! But luckily, there are a few go-to looks that are perfect for fall transition. My favorite pieces to go for this time of the year is anything boho or folk. Neutrals, boho prints, folk embroidery, etc. Pretty much like this printed maxi dress I got from eShakti. The best part about this dress…IT HAS POCKETS! lol Keep scrolling to see more of this loo!
I love transitioning my boho maxi dresses for fall. Depending on the temperature, you can easily add crew neck tee underneath or throw on a leather/suede moto jacket to make it a little more fall-friendly. This dress is from a custom design site called eShakti, you can pretty much take any of their sample designs and customize them the way you want. You can make changes to either the hem, neckline or sleeves. Also, you can now customize your fabric on the garment as well! You are welcome, to purchase the designs as is on the site too. I liked the design of this dress as it was on the site, so I just left it as is. And judging by it being no longer on the site, I’m assuming a lot of other customers loved it too! But don’t worry, I listed some similar styles below! My shoes for this look I got from Shoedazzle, earrings are from Ettika, and the necklace and clutch I got from H&M a while back.
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I hope you enjoyed my first fashion fall look of this year. I can’t wait for it to finally cool down so I can really pull out my boots and cardigans. I am very over this summer heatwave! lol Make sure you check out eShakti, there are a ton of styles to choose from and customize to your liking! What’re your thoughts on this look? A fall boho fashion fan like me? Let me know in the comments below!
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