My Autumn Wardrobe with Piece of Joy

Noelle Stripe Cardigan: Piece of Joy (color – Heather Grey + White) // Chiffon Top: Cotton On // Denim: Ashley Mason (via Nordstrom Rack) // Dusty Blue Pumps: Steve Madden // Rose Teardrop Ring: Francesca’s

Is it too soon to start shopping for my autumn wardrobe? No? I didn’t think so. 🙂

Autumn Wardrobe

I don’t know if it’s the fact that my air conditioning has been blasting at work lately, or if it has to do with the constant need for cute layers, but either way, I’m already starting to shop for an autumn wardrobe. Don’t get me wrong, it’s still very hot outside, but we’re starting to get tiny spurts of cool weather! It’s typically brought on by massive thunderstorms, but a girl can dream.

While I’m still prepped for several more weeks of summer, I’m collecting for my autumn wardrobe now. I’ve landed on a few  meaningful stores, and have already scoped out some new fall finds.

The Planning Stage

One of the cutest and newest shops out there is Piece of Joy. They make clothes that focus on quality, rather than the dollar amount. This comes in handy when I’m in transition mode with my closet! They also work with incredibly comfortable materials and are made completely in the USA. Determined to bring confidence and joy into your life one piece at a time, they pretty much have everything I’m looking for! I’ve already scoured their entire website for long sleeve basics, comfy cardigans and anything that I can wear with my ankle booties.

I’m most excited about using their basics and statement pieces to extend my staple autumn wardrobe. Whether it be for a fall football game, a picnic, or just dinner with friends, I’ve already earmarked half of their basics all under $27.

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This cardigan was given to me by Piece of Joy Co. for the purposes of promotion.

All products have been tested by myself, and all thoughts are my own.