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What's A Girl to Wear? 5 Tips on Transitioning Summer Clothes to Fall

It’s that “not quite” time of year. While fall’s golden light and crisp winds aren’t yet here to stay, you can stick a fork in sun kissed walks on summer sands. The thermometer can’t commit to a season from day-to-day, hour-to-hour. In NYC, we find ourselves smack-dab in the middle of a September summer with temperatures in the middle 70s! So what’s a girl to wear? Here are some tips for transitioning clothing to fall and for this week, while not storing some of our summer favorites:

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How to Dress Up Yoga Pants

Yoga Wear is everywhere. We’re as likely to see yoga pants in the studio as on the street this spring. Indeed “Athleisure”, as insiders call it, is a fashion category that’s on the move.  According to Barclays analysts the athletic apparel market in the United States is expected to increase by close to 50% by 2020, meaning more than $100 billion in retail sales.  That’s a whole lot of yoga pants! In just a few years, an item that was once reserved for sun salutations has become a wardrobe staple, a go-to piece that women grab each day to build an outfit around. The yoga pant is today’s equivalent of the jean a few years ago.

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Travel Tip Thursday: Fall Foliage

Whether planning a trip across town or across the country, remember to bring your sharmbaa Infinitude Shrug It's that time of year to take a weekend trip to catch a glimpse of nature's splendor! From the Northeast United States, to the Southeast and Midwest United States, the foliage season begins in early September in the northern regions and ends in southern locations in November. Rent a cabin in the woods, build a fire, have some Hot Apple Cider and enjoy the autumn leaves. A travel tip: use public transportation for weekend getaways close to New York City. It's a great way to stay green even when the leaves are changing their colours... Fleeing the city for a few days never felt...

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