Fall is my favorite season. Maybe that is a little cliche for me to say as a fashion stylist; however, it’s true! All the best fashions come out during fall fashion week, I get to wear as much dark lipstick as I want, AND most importantly…I get to challenge myself in stretching out my summer wardrobe *wink* 

So, for this week’s Three Ways to Wear Thursday, I am going to show y’all 3 fabulous ways to transcend your favorite summer sundress into your fall wardrobe. Great thing about this TWTWT is that you probably have everything you need to do this in your closet! Just break out the plaid, the kimonos, and the leather boots and you’ll be ready to go *happy dance*

Now, without further ado, let’s take a look at the outfits + details as we sip on our pumpkin-spice coffee beverages *wink* 

Way One: Taking Care of Business


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Way Two: Flannel

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Plaid: Old Navy

Dress: Old Navy

Boots: Bedstu, The Gypsy Spur

Bracelet: Beauty In Stone

Way Three: Leopard Goes with Everything *wink*

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Leopard: Monkee’s of Johnson City

Necklace: personal vintage collection

Dress: Old Navy

Boots: Bedstu, The Gypsy Spur

Bracelet: Beauty In Stone


Stay Fabulous,

Abby Hathorn


2 thoughts on “Three Ways to Wear Thursday: Taking a Sundress into Fall

  1. Thank you Abby! I am looking for wedge heel boots! Love these combinations! The brown lariat looks great for Fall.

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