Transition to fall: Wallis blazer

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Outfit: Earrings: c/o Twisted Silver / Lipstick: c/o Laura Mercier “Sin” / Scarf: Karl Lagerfeld / Blazer: c/o Wallis / Blouse: 7 for all mankind / Jeans: Gap / Handbag: Rebecca Minkoff / Nail Polish: Chanel Bel-Argus / Bracelets: Tory Burch & Beau Bijou / Shoes: Prada

You may remember this Wallis blazer from my previous article about it last week, if not, please click here. When Wallis sent me the blazer, they challenged me to style it for summer and fall. I was happy to take on that challenge since the lightweight material and cool grey color make the blazer perfect for the transition from summer into fall.

For my fall look, I paired the blazer with wine hued coated jeans and an edgy, studded handbag by Rebecca Minkoff. I love the overall look and was happy to have a foggy day over the weekend to actually wear a fall look! The blazer was perfect until the fog burned off in the early afternoon and I had to take it off. The blazer came back on when the sun began to set and the fog was about to roll back into the valley over the Santa Cruz Mountains.

This blazer also comes in black and a  beautiful shade of cobalt blue. I am seriously thinking about getting both! The fabric and style are perfect for the transition from summer into fall. To top it off, the blazer is perfect for the micro-climate’s we have here in the San Francisco Bay Area. After all, it can be 90 degree’s in the south bay in late June, and if you drive into San Francisco, temperatures can drop to 60 degree’s. We all need a lightweight blazer for that!

If you like how I styled this blazer from Wallis, please vote for me in a contest Wallis is holding on their Facebook page. They are looking for a Brand Ambassador for New York Fashion Week! Thank you so much for your support and for being absolutely fabulous!