How to take some of your favorite summer pieces and style them so you can wear them into fall.
Transitioning from summer to fall can be a tricky time of year when it comes to getting dressed. Temperatures are still warm but we don’t want to look too summery. We are craving booties and jackets but the thermometer says otherwise. Because, for most of us, this time of year begins to cool down, at least in the morning and evening, layering is important and also allows us to start adding in those lighter weight fall jackets. Or for those of you who live in places where it is still blazing hot, the AC is usually on full blast so you can use those layering pieces when inside.
One of the easiest ways to figure out how to transition your summer wardrobe into fall is thinking about mixing some of those lighter or whimsical fabrics with darker hues and being more conscious about your footwear.
Now that we are nearing the end of September, don’t put on an outfit that you wore in summer just like you wore it in summer. Give it a fall spin.
Take advantage of booties with no tights, mules and slingbacks as those are excellent for this time of year. Or if you want to wear your strappy sandal think about doing it with jeans, pants, or a more fall looking dress. Eliminate the white eyelet dress with strappy heels and instead wear the white dress but with a blazer and a mule for example.
Taking navy, black, grey, camel and are the perfect compliments to your whites, pastels, summer florals.
Adding these darker shades and switching up your footwear allows more summery pieces acceptable for fall. You don’t have to put away all your favorite summer items just yet, rather give them a fall facelift!
Because this is a little more challenging to explain I do find that the photos are the best way to express how to achieve this in a way that works for everyone’s closet.
This is why I designated two weeks’ worth of photos on how to transition your summer pieces for fall.
So, go back and take a look and then think about what you have in your closet and use my looks as a reference point on how to achieve the best transitional outfits for yourself.
And as always you can DM me with any of your questions.
Happy “soon-to-be” Fall!
X0 ~ Tamara
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