Indian Summer

October 1, 2014

HT3A6564Indian summer is a period of unseasonably warm, dry weather that sometimes occurs in autumn….and it’s my favorite time of year!  Not too hot, not too cold.  Just right!

My outfit today is my sartorial expression of what a “just right” sunny day can do for a girl’s wardrobe.  My skirt is very modern day gypsy…a butterfly print, with bold colors reminiscent of a stained glass window.  And did I mention that it has pockets?  I love a skirt with pockets!

I chose a peach sleeveless tank top from Piperlime which picks up the orange tones in the skirt and I added a skinny red belt and bold red shoes to insert a pop of color…the shoes are the exclamation point of the outfit.

HT3A6557The scenic backdrop for this shoot is the fountain known as “Spit and Spat,” designed in 1902 and is across from the Canfield Casino in Saratoga Springs, NY.



HT3A6721In keeping with the color palette, I accessorized my look with a wrist full of gold lucite bracelets from Alexis Bittar. The EOS (element of surprise) was the Jardin de papillon, which translates roughly to “little butterfly necklace” and is also by Alexis Bittar.





Alice + Olivia ‘Nyla’ Print Pleat Flared Skirt

Olive + Oak Peach V-Neck Shell Top

Alice + Olivia Skinny Red Belt

Charlotte Olympia Red Suede “Dolly” Shoes

Bracelets by Alexis Bittar

Necklace by Alexis Bittar



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  • Reply Maria October 3, 2014 at 8:40 pm

    Those shoes!!!!! I’m in love!!!! I didn’t Know that that period of the year could be called Indian Summer… I like it. :p

  • Reply Cole Clemens October 8, 2014 at 4:22 am

    Yes yes and yesss! Love the color scheme!

    • Reply Tina Broccole October 11, 2014 at 2:09 pm

      Thanks so much, what a boring world it would be without color!

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