The September Issue: 10 ways to Style a Wedding Outfit for Fall.

Good Tuesday you all! Today, I am doing the second part of "The September Issue" collaboration. Part one was all about styling a Little White Dress for Fall and you can read that here. You all loved that post and some even e-mailed me about it. Today all of us and a couple of other babes (10 bloggers to be exact), are back to show you how to style an outfit for a Fall Wedding and why it doesn't have to be a dress. Separates and jumpsuits are hot items to wear these days, so think outside a box. But of course I chose a dress - in red, nevertheless - and stayed true to myself.

 Ada from Elegance and Mommyhood blogs from Metropolitan Detroit, Michigan, USA (originally from Albania, Europe).
Shelbee from Shelbee on the Edge blogs from Watertown, New York, USA.
Roxanne from Glass of Glam blogs from Washington, DC, USA.
Stephanie from Glamorous and Geeky blogs from Florida, USA.
Jennie from A Pocketful of Polka Dots blogs from South Carolina, USA.
Kristin from Countdown to Friday blogs from Germany, Europe (originally from The States).
Michelle from Michelle's Pa(i)ge blogs from Long Island, New York, USA.
Chrissy from Granola and Grace blogs from Georgia, USA.
Cristina from Memories of the Pacific blogs from Spain, Europe.
Laura from I Do deClaire blogs from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA.

These (above) are all the ladies that are collaborating with me for "The September Issue" this time around. I noticed a lot of reds and also olive which is such a great Fall color and black and white looks, too. Michelle and I are practically twins in our ruffled, long-sleeve floral dresses. I think this style of a dress is perfect for a Fall wedding because it is flirty, fun and in a fabulous print. You have to stop by the blogs and see the details of their looks. Then you will learn why Chrissy paired her strapless dress with sneakers or why Stephanie is wearing a white dress to a wedding. My favorite looks I think are Roxanne's and Kristin's.

The dress I decided to style for a Fall wedding is this beautiful red floral number by Who What Wear which for the past couple of years has been by far my most favorite brand at Target. I love their modern and flirty style, ready-to-wear pieces and they always have gorgeous florals. I love this print so much, I am considering it in the moto jacket too. This dress suits my style and what I love to wear. I am a dresses person, someone who has always loved and worn ruffles, someone who loves floral year around and of course red is my favorite color. This dress hits several trends in the head, including the fact that Grenadine is considered the biggest color for Fall 2017. And of course this will be a great color to wear through the holidays and Winter. I love the bold print here, it looks like poppies. The red of course is the main color but there is a little purple and black too so those are two great colors to pair this dress with, too. Of course, the way I dressed it up here, is perfect for a Fall Wedding, but you can totally dress this down with a denim jacket and light-colored sneakers or nude/tan booties and matching floppy hat. 

I chose a pair of Suede Black Pumps to pair my dress with. The velvet material and tortoise heels read "It's Fall" (though it has been 90 degrees for days, now) and the fact that the pumps have block heels, makes them comfortable for walking or dancing while you may be a little tipsy, at the wedding lol. These pumps are also by Target and I purchased them before the holidays last year. Mine are not available anymore but you can still find these similar ones with block heelsthese identical to mine but the heels are velvet too (mine are also by Merona) or these classic skinny heel pumps which are on sale and my favorites. My bag has been in my closet for 7 years. It is quilted with a little bit of metallic in the thread, looks like a classic Chanel bag. I gave it to my mom though it was mine but I still borrow it all the time and it is my most-worn bag for dressier events. It is by White House Black Market.

I decided to mix+match metals and crystals as far as my jewelry goes. Everything has been in my closet for a while. My Crystal-Encrusted Gold Teardrop Hoops are by The Limited and they can dress up anything. The Layered Silver-Tone Pyramid Bar Necklace is more casual but it worked here not to upstage the print and ruffles of the dress. I love that one of the pyramid charms is all pave. I also wore a Snakeskin Band Red+Blush Watch with a big round face, layered with a two-stranded Green Beaded Coin Charm Bracelet and I am wearing a Gold-Tone Pave Crystal Snake Ring in one hand and an Asymmetric Glass, Red Cocktail Ring on the other.

Just like last time, this week, I am also co-hosting Shelbee's "Spread the Kindness" Tuesday linkup, today, so add your links on the bottom of this post and stop by her blog as well to check out her Fall Wedding Look.


  1. Ada, this dress is so fabulous! I love the colors and the floral print. It is perfect for any season wedding, I think! Such a fun collaboration again. Thanks so much for pulling it all together and thanks for co-hosting my link up with me again! Much appreciated. Have a great week!


  2. That dress color looks fabulous on you Ada and what a great shade of red in your lipstick. Thank you, thank you for hosting such a fun collaboration. I appreciate the hard work that goes into organizing something like this. Beautiful, beautiful. :)

  3. This dress is SO cute, lady- great for a wedding! I love the vibrant print!

    Le Stylo Rouge

  4. What a gorgeous dress for a wedding! The colors and print are stunning Ada!

  5. Fall weddings can be tricky, but I think you nailed it with this dress! I love the colors, the cut and cute ruffle detail. You look is my favorite of them all!

  6. Ada, your dress is so pretty! I really like the bold colors and floral pattern. So cute that you and Michelle are dressed so similar. Thank you again for inviting me to join you in this wonderful collaboration, friend!

  7. I love a pretty printed dress Ada, this one is perfect.

  8. Ada you look like a million bucks in this dress - no one would ever guess it was from Target! The colors are so vibrant and pretty on you and your accessories are perfection! I love how unique everyone's style is, I haven't been to a wedding in ages. Happy Tuesday!

  9. I love that you put this together. It was great signing on to bloglovin this morning and seeing all these posts. I was super surprised that the dress came from Target. It looks like a higher-end piece. You look fantastic!


  10. Thanks for another wonderful collaboration! Love that dress. And I think it could work for any season and wedding. Great styling too!

  11. I absolutely love this dress on you Ada! the colors are gorgeous!

    xx, Elise

  12. What a fun post. Love seeing all the ways these ladies style their looks. Your dress is so great! The print and style are great.

    Amy Ann
    Straight A Style

  13. This was such a fun collaboration! Love your dress!

  14. I love your dress so much! It is one of my favorites from this collaboration! Your cocktail ring is so fun, too!

    Thank you so much for organizing the September issue! I absolutely love being a part of it.


  15. The colors in this dress are just fabulous and I think you are totally right about how well it would look with a jean jacket and casual shoes. And what you said about block heels is so true...they are a lifesaver when dancing after a few drinks! Thank you again for hosting the September Issue, Ada! Have a great weekend!

  16. This dress looks so good on you! I absolutely love the fun colors and jewelry. The bag that you've paired with it really pulls the whole look together. This outfit is so perfect for a day out.
    Thank you for linking up this week!

    ~xo Sheree

  17. Thanks for linking up to Top of the World Style. These colors are perfect for you! Nice dress!

  18. Such a cute dress. I love floral pattern. So feminine. Thank you for sharing with My Red Carpet.



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