Four Tips to Transition Your Summer Wardrobe to Fall
We are all about mileage and getting the most wear out of key pieces in your wardrobe. We love to style items so that they can be worn for multiple occasions and now we are going to show you how to make them work from your summer wardrobe to fall.
1. Layer for Fluctuating Temperatures
One of the most difficult things about dressing during a transition in seasons is ever-changing temperatures. In the morning it can be chilly and by the time noon rolls around, you’re wondering if summer suddenly returned. To keep your sanity in check, select a light-weight base layer like a floral sundress that can easily stand on its own and top it with a seasonally appropriate outer layer that can be removed when the temps rise.
2. Mix a Variety of Fabrics & Textures
We all have that favorite white top that we wore all summer long. Keep it going by pairing it with fall-ready favorites like a leather skirt and textured poncho. Mixing a variety of fabric weights and textures that are seasonally diverse is the perfect way to navigate that in-between time of year when it is not fully fall and definitely no longer summer.
3. Choose Color Wisely
There are certain colors that work across all seasons like navy, olive green, white and gray. Blush is an exciting and unmistakably chic color to add to the list. Opting for these seasonally uncommitted colors will keep you looking right on trend and in style no matter what the ever-changing weather decides to do.
4. Pair a Fall Trend with a Summer Staple
Your summer-staple navy trousers (which actually got their kick-off in spring) will look unmistakeably fresh for fall when you pair them with a trend piece like a boho-inspired blouse. All eyes will be on the trend and no one will even notice that you’re wearing the pants that made a regular appearance last season.