Transitioning your wardrobe between seasons can sometimes seem complicated. In fact, sometimes you might feel like you need an entire new wardrobe altogether. I’m here to tell you guys that you don’t 🙂 I’m sure you all knew that though! I honestly love transitioning my wardrobe every season. Of course I buy new clothes, but I love that I can wear my Spring/Summer pieces in a whole new way by layering. I thought I would share my favorite ways to transition your wardrobe for Fall/Autumn so.. Let’s get started!!
1.) Add a jacket/coat – I know that this is the most basic suggestion but adding a jacket can completely change your entire look. The dress I’m wearing in the photos above is bright & the light fabric make it perfect for Summer. Throwing on this leather jacket not only gives it an edgier vibe but makes the whole look warmer & darkens the brightness of the floral dress. Jackets & coats are perfect transition pieces because you can carry them from year to year (I’ve had this leather jacket for 3 years now!).
2.) Add tights – Another basic suggestion but one of my absolute favorite ways to transition my shorter dresses for cooler weather. Do you have a mini dress or skirt that you absolutely love? Don’t shove it to the back of your closet just yet! Throw on a classic pair of black tights or spruce up your look by adding a pair of colored tights. You guys will be seeing a lot of tights when the weather finally cools down here in LA 🙂
3.) Throw on a sweater – Another way to transition dresses for cooler weather is to throw a sweater on over top of the dress. This creates the illusion of a skirt & is perfect for when the weather isn’t too frigid yet. I love to tuck a sweater into a belt around your waist for a fun look!
4.) Wear boots/booties – While I’m the person who wears booties all year round (don’t judge me ;)) Most people save boots & booties for the cooler months. Throwing on a pair of boots instead of a pair of flats or heels ,will not only keep your feet warm but will instantly change your look from Summer to Fall.
5.) Swap brights for neutrals – I’m not saying you can’t wear bright colors during the Fall (cue bright plaid please!) but pairing your bright shades with neutral tones will balance out your look & keep you Fall appropriate.
I hope you guys enjoyed this post I put together on how to transition your wardrobe for the cooler months. Let me know if there are any other posts you would like to see like this! Hope you’re having a wonderful week so far 🙂