fall into nest.

Jackson Hole blogger next to tall flowers shot on filmas sad as i am to admit it, autumn is here out west.
it’s not that i hate fall, its more like, the summers are so busy and fleeting that i may have shed a few tears.
the upside of course, is the transition of my closet!
sweaters, flannels, boots, and beanies are making their way in.
it’s hard living in a two by four log cabin with my sweater and boot collection but somehow i manage to always find the room.
thank god because Nest in Jackson Hole just got in their new arrivals!
here are some of my favorites…

Jackson Hole Style blogger Meagan wearing printed dress from Nest infront of wall of cowboy boots on Puzzleface RanchJackson Hole Lifestyle blogger Meagan shows off new fashion arrivals from boutique Nest

Lifestyle Jackson Hole Blogger Meagan drinking coffee at pearl street bagelsJackson Hole Blogger wearing Love army jacketJackson Hole style blogger Meagan wears bell sleeve sweater from local boutique Nesta few trends i’m loving this season that help make that transition into autumn:
bell sleeves! they make me look way taller and add a touch of flare.
anything merlot color. the ultimate fall color for any and all accessories
printed dresses. i’m not ready to give up on dresses just yet, so pairing a dress with cowboy boots and a leather jacket is key.
statement jackets. layering is essential for me, so an array of jackets to mix it up is always nice when mornings are cold and afternoons heat up.
bold jewelry. i’ve really gotten into the statement earrings and i owe it all to this little boutique. their jewels, and really all accessories, are so fun!
all of the skirts. denim and cordoury, please. i love the vintage vibe of this front button denim piece!

if you want to hear more about working trends into your mountainista wardrobe, stop by their fashion show, this friday at 6:00!
it’s donation based with proceeds going to Climb Wyoming.
enjoy a night of fashion talk, food, and runway under a fancy tent…whoop whoop!

photos by Ashley Merritt // this post was sponsored by Nest in Jackson Hole. All opinions are my own.