Get Graphic

Posted by Tara Kirkland on

Even if it doesn't feel like Fall yet, we are still excited about the transition pieces hitting the store(s) right now.  Because we are based in the sunny south, I think it's important to try transitioning with colour first, then fabric.  It stays warm here for so long, that it really is hard to think about thick sweaters and tights, so we compromise.  Our newest shipment boasts light weigh and breathable leggings, soft summer pullovers, fun tunics, and great tees.  (All items in this journal are available in BOTH locations and ONLINE)  

Recommended leggings to try first: Carrots and Bunnies Perfect for all you Swamp Rabbit fans!!! Hockey season is just around the corner.

For good luck- try these Trunk Up elephant leggings

Tara's Tunics:  This is my favorite tunic to hit the store in 2016!  I am obsessed with the colour as well as the high low fit.  I can't imagine how I've gone on this long without owning the Grid Tunic until now! 

The Eiffel Tower tunic is a fun layering piece as well.  Toss a black skirt slip under it to make it a dress, or pair it with these graphic leggings for a chic and comfy look.  Once Fall hits, I would toss on a bomber jacket and cruise Fall for Greenville in style.  

The toppers:  The is nothing better than a good graphic tee!  I never tire of them.  Pair them with jeans, pencil skirts, over dresses, with shorts or leggings, or over a long sleeved tee- there is no substitute for a GREAT graphic.  My personal collection is full of graphic tees, partly because I love the idea of wearable art and partly because I like the idea that something so simple can go from basic to effortlessly chic in under 30 seconds.  One of my favorite Fall ensembles is a high waisted black hoop skirt paired with a tucked in bright graphic tee and belt!  It's simple, timeless and honestly, it's fun to wear.  

Here are my two new favorite tees: Dandelion and The Two Ladies

Shop these looks and more online or in store!  See you soon!

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