Switching Seasons Style

I cannot believe that half of July is already gone!  It's practically August, which means it's practically September, and therefore, practically fall.
This may be a terrifying thought, but what I find even more unsettling is trying to put together a fall wardrobe--without whizzing to the nearest clothing store.  Autumn can be unpredictable in the weather category, and that doesn't make clothing choices any simpler, either.
Though it's tempting to splurge on the brightest and lightest of summer pieces now, it's more proactive to start looking at some transitional items.  Cardigans and simple tees are just a sampling of the "switching seasons" style that we'll all have to adapt to:

Shirts
From your basic striped to chambray to embroidered, simple tees and tanks are lovely staples to add to a fickle wardrobe.

Cardigans and Scarves
When those premature winter blasts come disguised as benign fall days, airy sweaters and cover-ups are a welcome precaution.

Pants
Unfortunately, flowy shorts will cease to be appropriate attire;  however, flowy pants are the perfect substitute.

Skirts
Since fall also has a reputation of being positively sweltering, having a few skirts on hand can be a lifesaver.

Shoes
Shoes can be tricky, but I've narrowed it down to my favorite slip-ons and not-so-summery sandals.

Are you looking forward to fall?

Love,

2 comments:

  1. I love Old Navy, and those flowy pants are a must for fall!
    xo, Syd
    http://www.sincerelysyd9.blogspot.com

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    1. I know! What's better than a stylish pant that fits like pajamas?

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