Sitting at my desk with the window open on this late August day, I have realized it’s the first time I’ve thought of putting on a sweater. Does anyone else feel the crispiness in the air today? Even though summer isn’t officially over yet, fall shopping is all I am thinking about. However, as much as I love all of the new knitwear, jackets, and boots that are on my radar, it’s still not cool enough to wear them. In-between seasons can be tricky, but they don’t have to be. When shopping, it is very important that you make sure there is versatility in your wardrobe. The key is to be able to make a smooth and effortless transition from season to season. There are a lot of ideas out there that you have to pack away all of your summer favorites and replace them with fall staples. I am here to tell you that that is simply not true. You can incorporate your summer pieces with your new fall favorites. It’s all in the layering. We don’t have to completely cover-up just yet and we should celebrate that. Embrace layering and find a good balance to show off your personal style. For today’s post, I thought it would be fun to take three summer styles and put a fall twist on them. Using three key pieces, I have given you tons of options to make the transition between summer and fall as easy as possible.
A midi skirt can be worn all year round. Whether you’re wearing it with sandals to stay cool, or boots and tights to keep warm, it is an incredibly versatile style. I have chosen a midi skirt in my favorite fall color, oxblood, and I think it pairs nicely for both seasons.
I don’t want to sound like a broken record, but white jeans are not just for summer. I think that not only are they the perfect jean for the warmer months, but they provide a blank canvas for your favorite fall layers.
We all love florals in the spring and summer, but they can be transferred to fall as well. Keep the proportions in mind when layering, but there are ways to warm up your sundress to get the most out of it.