Three Transitional Looks for Tailgate Season

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No doubt many of us search high and low for the perfect game day outfit, but what good is wearing something once? You can make your favorite looks look new by adding accessories to change up the ensemble.Tricia Roberts of Adelante stopped by with the how-to on transforming and transitioning tailgate fashion. All three looks are Texas Longhorn inspired. The first look– is an off-shoulder blouse that is paired with a boyfriend flannel tied around the waist that can be worn when the temperatures drop. Add a fun accessory like the bandana choker, and complete the look with dark skinnies and booties. The next look is super simple yet stylish. The model wore a burnt orange dress with a denim jacket for the cooler weather (if it ever gets here!). The outfit is paired with vintage boots, a saddle bag and a statement necklace that pulls it all together. The last ensemble we checked out is boho with a spin of urban street style. The model is rocking a poncho with flared white-washed denim and a suede baseball cap. All outfits are versatile and show your school spirit while keeping up with the latest trends. Think versatile while planning out outfits or even buying pieces. It’s easier to add creativity by using accessories to spunk up a blouse/dress. Versatile outfits give you the illusion of having a collective wardrobe, and it let’s you be creative by styling your ensembles… even if you “repeat.”

Adelante is accessible for everyone with wide range of prices. Located on West 38th Street. Check them out online at AdelanteAustin.com or give them a call at 512-452-5322.

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