I definitely experienced a range of weather when I visited Stacie in Nashville a couple of weeks ago. There were a couple of what I would consider normal spring days, a couple of really warm (90 degrees or so) days and then a big storm rolled in and we were back to our winter coats. When the weather is really finicky like that I like to rely on light spring layers. We did a lot of exploring while I was there and it was easy to throw on a few layers in the morning and remove them if the day warmed up. One of my favorite things we did was visit Nashville’s Bicentennial Mall, where we ran into all of these pretty trees!
It’s pretty hard to do fall fashion in Phoenix. All the stores are carrying sweaters and tall boots and with Halloween and Thanksgiving it’s pretty easy to get into the fall spirit but the weather here just doesn’t cooperate. Sure, it’s a bit chilly in the mornings and evenings but when midday temperatures reach the mid 70s it’s nearly impossible to work tights and scarves into my wardrobe. Instead, I focus on light fall layers that work with the temperature changes and still look appropriate for the season.