Summer to Fall
Before you know it that awkward challenging time of the year will be here again. You guessed right the confusing summer to fall transition. It seems like the moment September comes around you just feel wrong wearing certain things yet the weather can still be nice out. How do you deal with this dilemma? How can you still wear your favorite pieces but make them more fall appropriate? Read below to see how a few simple layering and styling techniques can allow you to have a smooth transition into fall with some of your favorite pieces from summer.
The T-shirt Dress
Ah, the favorite, adorned, easy going t-shirt dress. In summer you simply pair it with your favorite slides and a denim jacket to keep the chill from the ocean breeze off your shoulders at night.
So how do you take this beloved easy going t-shirt dress to September? Try putting on a pair of white sneakers and tying a flannel shirt around your waist. The flannel immediately screams fall while having it tied around your waist still keeps you cool during the day. Bonus if the weather does turn more cool simply put the flannel shirt on roll the sleeves and leave unbuttoned so it has a jacket like feel to it.
The Denim button-up
Oh how we love a great fitting denim button-up. This piece is so easy to buy now wear now and transition into fall, winter and spring. Right now we like wearing it with white boyfriend shorts, metallic sandals and the Jenny Bird arc necklace and Lizzie cuff.
For fall take the all time favorite denim button-up and pair it with black jeans, black booties, and take the same Jenny Bird arc necklace you wore in the summer, add the Yaya choker for a new fresh fall layer.
The Essential White T-shirt
What pieces do you own and struggle transitioning into fall? Leave us a comment and let us help you. For more ideas on how to transition your summer clothes into fall check out this post from Who What Wear. If you are curious how jewelry can change your look make sure to check out our previous post Change Your Jewelry, Change Your Life.