Wondering how to transition your favorite Mata pieces into fall?
Let me show you how I do it!

Up first – the Claudette Dress:

The Claudette dress in green goes wonderfully with a classic trench.  I threw on some really skinny cropped denim and moccasins for a casual look.  And for the Claudette dress in red, I got some heavy 90’s vibes going on with a beanie, tights, and black boots.  And you can’t forget the jean jacket!  I wore this outfit to a Dan Deacon show, but it could probably take you anywhere.

Next up -the Genevieve Dress:

The red Genevieve Dress feels dressy to me, so I got my black pumps out.  I like to get a lot of different textures into an outfit, so this cream silk blouse worked well layered underneath.  For the green, I went super casual.  Again, a little bit of a 90’s thing with the thermal layered underneath and a Dr. Martin-style boot.  I really like a little peek-a-boo of sock out of my boots for fall.

And last, but not least, the Applique Plume Skirt:

I paired the mauve Applique Plume skirt with the staples of fall: a huge slouchy sweater and tall boots.  I added the Sola Luna necklace, which really reminds me of Robert Lee Morris’ pieces.  It’s like wear-able art.  For a Sunday brunch, I went with the purple Applique Plume skirt.  I added a light dolman sweater and simple flats.  It needed something interesting going on up top, and the Stones Throw necklace did just the trick.  This necklace is amazing with v-neck tops.

Hope everyone’s fall seasons are going great and you’re loving the sweaters, boots and Mata!