Fall Transitional Look: Doen Shirt and Linen Shorts
Happy Sunday! The weather is finally starting to get a little bit cooler here in Texas and I wanted to share this Fall Transitional Look I’ve been wearing lately. This ruffled, checked Den shirt and navy linen shorts look is still cool enough to wear in our 80 degree Dallas weather and the color palette is a perfect transition to the cooler days ahead.
If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile, you probably already know I’m a huge fan of the brand Doen. Their ethereal, romantic and sustainable pieces are so well made and the fabrics are so comfortable that I find myself reaching for their pieces over and over again. This top is made from a fabric called ramie, which looks and feels a lot like linen. If you’re looking for a similar style with a more affordable price point, I would also highly recommend checking out these similar style cotton tops from Simple Retro. I’ve just recently been shopping with this new label and am so impressed by the quality. I’m planning to wear this Doen top with these jeans I just got as soon as it gets a little cooler.
These blue linen shorts from Kiel James Patrick have also been a go to wardrobe staple lately. You can see how I previously styled them here and how I previously style these new sandals here.
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I shot these photos with Beckley in the Bishop Arts District a few weeks ago, which is an artsy little community outside of Downtown Dallas. Can you believe how much this looks like Main Street in Santa Monica?
Hope you’re having a great weekend! What is the weather like where you live? Please let me know what you think of this Fall Transitional Look. What items your wearing on repeat lately in the comments below.
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