7 Tips To Transition Your Wardrobe From Summer To Fall
Most of us don’t have the luxury of two separate wardrobes for cool weather and warm weather months. But luckily for us, we don’t need to! There are so many easy ways to transform your summer wardrobe into the perfect fall look. Just check out our favorite tips and head on over to Unclaimed Baggage Center on your next road trip to find some amazing clothing deals!
1. Throw on a scarf
Sometimes the most obvious solutions are the best ones! Whether you’re looking to wear a T-shirt, romper or summer dress into fall, adding a scarf can be just the trick to make it season appropriate. Bonus points if you can find a scarf in a darker color to give your look even more of a fall vibe.
2. Pair with the perfect outerwear
A blazer over a romper. A chunky cardigan over a summer dress. A leather jacket over a tank top. There are so many options for fall outerwear that can transform your summer styles! For a bold choice, look for a sleeveless trench or faux fur jacket.
3. Swap out your shoes
Instead of sandals, invest in boots to help make your summer clothes transition into the cooler months. Even that staple denim mini skirt can become a fall item with suede over-the-knee boots or flirty peep-toe booties.
4. Add a base layer
A jacket isn’t the only way to give your summer dresses a new life for the upcoming season. One trend for this fall is a slip dress over a crisp white tee. Take it to the next level and add booties for even more of a fall look.
5. Top it off with a fall hat
Hats are arguably the most underrated accessory in a woman’s wardrobe. Back in the day, any respectable woman wouldn’t be seen without a hat in public. Now they add a bold touch that can amp up your look! Try a floppy wool hat paired with a summer maxi and long cardigan.
6. Warm up with tights
A shorter summer dress can still work for fall with the addition of a pair of tights. Keep your legs warm and also use the opportunity to have fun with different patterns, colors and opacity. You can even wear your darker shorts over opaque tights to keep them in your wardrobe through fall.
7. Mix pastels with darker tones
The idea that you can only wear pastels in the spring and summer? It’s a myth. Wear your pastels all year long by mixing and matching them with darker colors to make them feel more fall and winter appropriate.
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