With less than a month until Fall equinox we are already thinking about bundling up into layers of gorgeous cashmere that are already arriving at Front Door Fashion! Fall, for us fashion folk, is the most wonderful time of the year! It’s the time for experimenting with layers and breaking out your favorite leather jacket. While we fashionistas are excited to dive into fall we reluctantly recognize that temperatures are still well into the 80s and 90s until October in some parts of the country (especially here in Texas). So, how do you dress for that awkward transitional season when shorts and sundresses no longer cut it but autumn temperatures haven’t quite arrived?
Don’t get ahead of yourself and pack away your summer-weight items just yet because you can still use them mixed in with layers. The key to dressing for transitional weather is to pair the summer pieces you already have with a few freshly classic fall items like a lightweight blouse, an oversized sweater, a statement jacket and a classic button up.
To help you stay ahead of the curve, we’ve selected several early fall outfits along with styling tips so you’ll be ready when temperatures drop. After all, it’s better to be prepared with a few fall items ready in your closet than to be scrambling at the last minute! The time to starting buying key fall items is now!
When temperatures rise above 90 degrees, it can be easy to day dream about living in your summer shorts and kicking back by the pool all day. But for most of us, duty calls and we must press on to the office. The key is looking polished and professional with a nod to ease of summer. We’ve gathered several outfits and tips from our FDF Stylists to help guide you through the work week heat.
The 4th of July is around the corner and the temperatures are rising! To inspire your summer wardrobe and keep you looking cool despite the heat, we’ve gathered a few images from fashion bloggers via Pinterest and recreated their magic using Front Door Fashion brands. The key to all of these looks is light layers. Layers can work in the summer if they are airy and breathable. We recommend cotton, linen or anything sheer. Scroll on to see our Pinterest blogger outfits come to life!
Even the cutest swimsuits deserve an equally cute cover-up! Whether on vacation or by a pool, cover-ups are a summer wardrobe essential. Keep it minimal in your suitcase this summer, and save yourself the chore of shlepping an overweight bag, by letting your beach cover-ups do double duty. Imagine them for more than just the sand. And, we promise, this post isn’t about how to use your scarf as a sarong (even though that’s an option!). Here are 3 Front Door Fashion Stylist-approved ways to take your cover-ups from the street to the beach.