Transitioning Into Fall

Practically everyone I know gets super excited when fall comes around.  Pumpkin flavored goodies are back, Halloween is in the air, and of course, everyone gets hyped about the fashion.  Sweaters, boots, neutral colors… you name it!  Fall is undoubtedly one of the most popular seasons of the year.

What do you do, however, when you want to wear fall looks, but it’s still quite warm outside?  I was able to figure out a system that worked well enough for me, and I thought that I should share it!  Here are my two big tips for transitioning your fashion sense into fall.

1) Start with the colors!

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Isn’t this dress great?  I found it in Milan, and it’s personally become one of my favorite garments.  Anyway, this photo is to demonstrate that if it’s still warm outside, but you want to look like you’re apart of the fall spirit, then start with the color scheme of your outfit.  That way, you will be able to feel festive, or in my case, feel like a stylish pumpkin!

The best fall fashion hack is that you can still use your summer dresses as the weather gets chillier.  When it gets colder, simply layer a blouse or a sweater under your dress!  Pair with tights and weather appropriate shoes, and you’re good to go.

2) Balance out your look!

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Now when the wind starts to pick up, this is when you want to start incorporating the jeans and boots.  However, the sun may still make you feel pretty warm, so while one half of your body in bundled up (in this case, the bottom half), balance out the top by throwing on a summer appropriate shirt!  That way, you can look AND feel comfortable while going about your day.  And the best part is that you still look adorable!

I think those are my main two tips for transitioning into autumn weather.  Soon enough though, the winter coats will be broken out.  Now I don’t know how I feel about that…

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