I’m a girl that loves a trendy suit and a plaid one at that. This entire look piece by piece can transition into the hot month of September into the cooler month of October. For someone who waits for fall all year long, by September I’m itching to bring out all the fall styles and ditch my summer threads. September can be such a swing from hot and humid to brisk and cool by the end of the month and this look can season both the hot and cooler temperatures. 

The biggest trend this fall will be the plaid blazer and you will see it all over my blog in the coming months. Plaid blazers can be paired so many ways, you can pair it with jeans, skirts, dresses and even shorts in September.  I personally love the play on navy with blush pink in this Leith outfit, it’s so chic and flirty. The tie on the waist of this skort adds a super feminine flare. The boots are Stuart Weitzman sock booties and these white beauties can be worn all year long!

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What’s even better?…  This entire outfit is on sale right now!  From the suit all the way down to the booties.  Keep in mind this blazer itself is very transitional…  It can be worn with destroyed jeans for a more casual look, with shorts and open toe strappy heels or even a pair of navy pencil or flared slacks.  I love this brand specifically because the of the quality, a lot of their items are so well made and transitional.  Leith is always on trend and not to mention it is extremely well priced. Get all the details and links of this entire look at the bottom of my post.

Stay tuned!… Up next I will be showcasing all of my favorite fall jackets from Theory, Alice + Olivia, Veronica Beard and of course Leith will definitely be making the cut. 🙂

Enjoy! xoxo


Suit – Leith Blazer Skort| Crop – Leith| Booties – Stuart Weitzman | Purse – Chanel |Watch – Daniel Wellington |Ring – Rish Jewelry | Bracelet – Orion Jewelry Design

Photographer: Pablo Raya – IG @praya1

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