Transitioning from Summer to Fall
Weather can be very unpredictable the first few months of fall. Mornings are often chilly, but by the time noon hits things could be scorching. It can be hard to adjust to colder temperatures, especially when Mother Nature can be a bit indecisive. Avoid morning panic and try going into fall gradually with a few layering tricks that’ll come in handy on the days when it’s not really hot or cold.
Who Said Maxi Dresses are for Summer Only
Layer a long-sleeve shirt under a maxi dress or even a midi dress. I would go for a plaid midi dress with a white long sleeve paired with my favorite black booties. Depending on the weather that day, you can opt for a short sleeve t-shirt instead.
I love that pastels are a fall trend. How can you say no to all those beautiful soft colors? Whether it’s a blazer, trousers, or a top. Keep the bright colors coming with pastel separates, mix and match your pastels. I would go for lavender trousers paired with a mint green blazer. Accessorize with a pastel handbag and white cat eye sunglasses to complete your look.
Classic Blazers are Your Best Friend this Fall
Try to find new ways to style a classic blazer. There are so many ways you can style a blazer. Wear it over a maxi dress, wear over a top and trousers, or even a bodysuit paired with your favorite denim jeans. I would opt for a maxi dress and a longline boyfriend blazer, paired with booties or strap heels.
Revive Summer Slip Dresses
Wear a slip dress with a blouse underneath. This is one of the greatest trends this fall because you can re-wear some of the dresses you wore in the summer, with a blouse or long sleeve t-shirt underneath. Perfect for those days when it’s chilly in the morning, then hot in the afternoon and chilly again at night.
For the days you decide to wear a sweater and things start to heat up – you can wear your sweater around your chest. Sweaters can usually be worn with anything depending on the sweater. You can wear a sweater with jeans, trousers, dresses, skirts and the list goes on. I usually opt for a knit oversized sweater with a pair of trousers. Or paired with denim jeans, if you want to dress it down a bit. You could also go for a knit cropped sweater under overalls. The options are endless!