Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Transitioning To Fall

Finally, the season we have all been waiting for. We all know Summer was great, but it does not get better than Fall! The nights are cooler, the leaves are changing and we all know that we are that much closer to all the holidays! We all love ourselves some good Fall Fashion and Trends! It's time to start bringing out our chic booties, layering clothing and of course we can not forget about the Pumpkin Spice Latte's! We hope you enjoy our go-to looks for this year Fall Trends.

This year we are all about the Olive tones. For the days that we just want to get out of bed and go for the effortless look, try our "Ugh Monday Shift Dress." This look would go great with booties, heels or even flats. Don't have time to do your hair? No worries, throw one of our Floppy Hats or Fedora's on and you are ready to go. 

Cardigans are an all year trend, but get more trendier once Fall and Winter sneak in. If you live in California like we do, you understand us when we say that we are still waiting for that Fall weather. Change your day look from high waisted denim shorts, a crop top, some gladiator sandals and our Frayed Longline Cardigan to some distressed jeans and booties and you're set for happy hour or a late night movie date with bae.

We have just the outfit for our beautiful curvy girls. Lately we have been loving Tunic Tops. You can either dress these up or down! Pair some cute jeans and Open Toe Heels with our Crinkle Sharkbite Round Neck Short Sleeves Tunic Top. You can then tie the shirt at the waist for a more casual, flirty look. Looking for a more put together look? Rock our cute Vegan Leather Patch Suede Leggings with some heels and all you have to left is makeup and accessories

Let us know what your Fall Trends are! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter! Remember to also subscribe to receive our exclusive promotions and deals! Don't forget to snap a photo of yourself wearing your fave UrbanOG items and hashtag #LOVEUOG for a chance to be featured!

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