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Fall Fashion: the DOs and DON’Ts of Transitioning Your Wardrobe From Summer to Fall
With the holiday season quickly approaching,
I think it’s safe to say we’re all going to have numerous excuses to dress up filling our calendars in the next few months.
Not to mention, we’ll have a whole host of reasons to give a sweet gift or a few.
Key wardrobe items you need to layer this fall/winter!
Between seasons, a scarf will update any outfit. We dare you to try it out this fall.
With the zillion adorable fall jackets you could pick, why choose your hiking fleece? “Camper-chic” just isn’t a term in our fashion lexicon.
Try tailored leggings with your fall separates as a surprising (and surprisingly fun!) alternative to shorts and trousers.
Socks in sandals may look fashion-forward on fall runways, but bright white tennis socks aren’t part of the trend. Fashion geniuses agree this version is a serious DON’T.
Avoid overexposure by being vigilant about fall’s semi-sheer fabrics: What’s opaque in your bedroom may not be kosher once you step out into daylight.
Pairing a dark layer like this black blazer over a pretty summer staple will add another few months to that flowy dress you can’t bear to put away at the end of the season
Tights are the number one way to fall-ify your flirty summer dresses, but watch those hemlines so your control-top tights don’t sneak out into visible territory!
Snag a tip from the Boy Scouts: Be Prepared! Keep a pair of rain boots at your desk for the crazy ups, downs and all-arounds of transition weather.
If summer sticks around, go ahead and bare your gorgeous legs. You can give a nod to fall by opting for dark shoes and heavier fabrics on bottom instead of stockings.