This week is our last week with Tradlands. I’ve really enjoyed putting together all of these outfits ands hope that you’ve found some inspiration for this transitional season!
My first outfit is a simple one. This would be an optimal outfit for a date night around here. David’s favorite outfit for me when we were dating was a white tee and denim shorts so I feel like this is a more adult, fall version of that.
This is one of the Tradlands long sleeve numbers and it is so cozy. I absolutely love how it’s still breathable making it perfect for warmer end of summer days and cooler evenings. Once fall arrives, I’ll layer up with a sweater or leather jacket and call it a day.
*Just face palmed because I wish I had thrown on the jacket and shot that since it would have matched perfectly with the heels. Next time.
Lastly, I added some easy heels. I can’t usually walk in heels so having a block heel is vital for me. They are comfy and slide on with minimal effort making them perfect for my low maintenance lifestyle.
Lastly, I paired the long sleeve top with this little apron dress. This dress kills me every time I get it on. It fulfills all of my Laura Ingalls Wilder fantasies. I’ll note, I do tend to wear pieces that are very prairie inspired, but I do try to add pieces to modernize them. For this outfit I chose some mules with a backstrap. They have a sleek, minimalist design that bring us back to the 21st century. The nose ring and tattoos help as well, but if you don’t happen to have permanently altered your bod, try adding modern jewelry, shoes and bags to your prairie pieces to balance things out.
And that’s it! Those are all of my outfits inspired by Tradlands. I really hope you all enjoyed them. These shirts are wardrobe staples for me and lucky you, they all happen to be on sale on the site! So grab one while you can and if they don’t have your size or the patterns haven’t been your cup of tea, go see what else they have that might work better for you.
Until next time!
Jeans: Madewell (similar)
Heels: Lucky Brand (similar)
Apron dress: Anthropologie (similar)
*This post was written in collaboration with Tradlands. All opinions are my own.