Arguably the best season to shop and dress for, I love all things Fall fashion! Today we are rounding up my top picks for Fall Dresses that have caught my eye over the last few weeks. Whether you’re looking for a date night outfit, wedding guest or casual day dress, I’ve got you covered.

Loving this beautiful green dress below from Parterre! Their new line is dropping this week for fall. Take a peek here!

Fall Dresses

The Viv Nap Dress – This green is perfect for Fall. Also love that it’s short, so it’s great for those southern Falls!

Floral Maxi Caftan – So beautiful. Maybe grab a slip for underneath! I love how she has them styled with boots. It’s giving fashionable Thanksgiving!

Gingham Maxi Caftan – This orange is great for the season. Also would be so cute for a gameday! It’s very lightweight.

Dark Green Mini Dress – A perfect Fall date night dress.

Magenta Maxi Dress – If you’re going to a wedding this month, this would be beautiful! Love how slimming it is.

Pastel Plaid Caftan – The button details are so cute.

Black Velvet Midi Dress – A classic.

Tweed Bow Dress – This has been a tuckernuck favorite for a few years now for Fall. I love the big bow! It comes in a few other colors.

Halter Dress – Hermoza has some great fall dresses.

Midi Dress – This is so fun!!

Black + White Embroidery Dress – Can be dressed up or down.

Floral Rose Dress – Love the cutouts and sleeves.

Basketweave Dress – This color is beautiful! Would be cute with a big tote or a cardigan over the shoulders.

Blue + Brown Tie Dress – The length and sleeves are so cute.

Puff Sleeve Hermoza Dress – I have this one and love it!

Hill House Green Dress – So cute with boots!

Brown Toile Dress – This is a sweet little number. The toile never goes out of style

Free People Midi Dress – Love the colors in this!

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Make your house feel like home

Ever since I was a little girl, there was something I found so fun and interesting about interior design. How walking into a friends house I could instantly feel calmer and homier by their decor, or how I could get an idea of how their life worked. My parents were mostly good about letting me move my bedroom furniture around and repainting the walls for the millionth time, and looking back, I’m grateful for them allowing the expression.

We have lived in Florida for a few years now, and I’ve really honed in on my design style. I’ve always gravitated towards the traditional, and living around palm trees and water has impacted my decor too. You can call it “Coastal Grandmillennial”.

To start, I want to be clear about a few things:

1. You don’t have to have tons of money to have a well designed home

2. It takes time to learn your specific style

3. Cleanliness is your best bet to make your house feel homey

When decorating a home, I like to start room by room as much as possible. This doesn’t always happen, but it’s a lot harder to get overwhelmed by renovations and changes you want to make if you stick to one room at a time.

If renovations are on your horizons for your home, my advice is to start with the most necessary renovation, or the room with the most ROI. I don’t believe you should decorate or renovate with the sole thought to please a future buyer (unless you’re flipping), because you need to design for you and your family first! But with renovations and how expensive they can be, be honest with how long you plan on living in your home and how much time + money you’re willing to invest in the bigger projects. Like us, if you plan on living in your home for ~5 years, maybe start with the things that will update your home the best, and see if you get to the other renovations. We did the kitchen first, because the kitchen is the heart of them home and ours was in really rough shape.

When designing “coastal grandmillennial”, I like to reference decor and styles that are more timeless, and to stay away from extremely trendy decor. Flip through older magazines, research homes from decades ago and take note of the fabrics, prints, furniture, and colors that have stuck around. We picked things like flooring + kitchen style that have stood the test of time over the years. This is absolutely just my preference, and love to see people use their home to express whatever brings them the most joy.

A fun tip that gets you in the mood to decorate is moodboards! Make moodboards for each room and reference them when you shop, and mark things off as you go. I use

If you’re decorating on a budget, I cannot recommend using Facebook Marketplace enough. We furnished basically our entire first home as newlyweds from FBMP and I still find great goodies that are at a fraction. It learns your style as you search, so use words like “traditional” “antique” “vintage” or any brand names you like. I have found many Ballard Designs, Pottery Barn and Henry Link furniture.

Another shopping recommendation: if you’re not popping in antique stores, you need to. Not only for the amazing finds, but to support local. I am an Amazon girl through + through, but love to shop small businesses when I can. My advice for antiquing is have an idea of some things you need, bring your patience to dig through aisles, and clean your car out in case you find a large piece that you can’t pass up ๐Ÿ˜‰

When you begin to start adding in decor to your home, here are my top tips!

Be mindful of your wall decor sizing. There is nothing worse than a large wall and a small painting. If you’re filling up a wall space behind a couch, make sure it takes up enough space! Instead of one painting, what about three? Or one large painting with sconces on either side? Use the set of 3 rule to create balance in your decor.

Sometimes less is more. For shelving, for coffee tables, for kitchen counters, etc. Be sure you’re not over crowding your space with TOO much in certain places!

And depending on the elements, sometimes more is more! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Bedding, couch pillows, throw blankets, texture, layers, coffee tables (I know, I just said less is more but it really just depends!) etc. Do not be scared to try and add more than you think, as filling up a certain space can look balanced just as much as leaving it minimal. As long as something is kept tidy and thoughtfully decorated, you can truly be as “maximalist” as you’d like. Some of my favorite designers can’t seem to leave well enough alone when it comes to decorating, and I love it. To me, I like my spaces to feel lived in. Move some things around, look at what other designers and your favorite home decor stores do and try to emulate it with the things you have first.

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And finally, as you finish up decorating your home (although if you’re anything like me, you’ll never be done!), it’s all about keeping your space tidy. I use the 10 second rule in my home: if it takes less than 10 seconds to do, do it now. Putting those shoes away, folding back up that blanket, cleaning the counter after making lunch. Life is messy, absolutely. I don’t have children, and can imagine how tough this will be to continue when we do, but I try to make good habits.

I hope these tips have been helpful and can’t wait to see what you create! Happy decorating!


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My style is somewhere between traditional, coastal, southern, and "grandmillennial". In all things- whether it be home, fashion, entertaining, etc. - it's my heart to curate what feels homey, refined + inspiring.

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