New Jersey is notorious for those days when it's supposed to be freezing cold outside in late November, early December, but instead we're met with the sweet temperatures of the mid-60s and a slight breeze. I haven't experienced one winter in New Jersey without running into at least one Indian Summer, a phenomenon where the weather hits an abnormal high temperature for the Winter season. I came across this well-dressed guy on my way back to campus and I came to found out that he was actually a foreigner, an Australian who is completely used to this type of weather in the later months of the year. His above-the-knee shorts combined with his combat boots seemed completely unlikely to the fallen leaves and the date of the year, but it was just fitting for the weather outside.
Recreate your best Indian Summer look by donning a light wrap dress with a loose-knit long cardigan to go against the breeze that usually accompanies the warm temperatures, or jeans and an off-the shoulder top are always a classic combination. If you're a budding Fashionisto, like the one I happened to photograph this week, a basic V-neck with a pair of dark jeans and your favorite beaten boots keeps you in style and perfectly fitting and able to enjoy the second summer of the year.