5 TRANSITIONAL PIECES FOR FALL

Whether you like it or not, fall is just around the corner so today I am sharing 5 styles that you can easily transition from summer to fall. It’s a tricky time to dress because you want to embrace all the cozy fall pieces, but it’s still a bit on the hot side. ┬áLet’s get started:




1. LIGHTWEIGHT JACKET {original post here}

I love lightweight jackets during this time of year. My usual go-to is a denim jacket, but I also sometimes reach for bomber jackets or faux leather jackets depending on the temperature. Shop my favorite styles below:

 

 

 




2. MAXI AND MIDI DRESSES {original post here}

I especially love wearing dresses in the summertime and if you do too, don’t think you need to stop. Choose longer dresses (like midi or maxi length) as well as long sleeves. You can also try to layer it with a light weight jacket for a more put together look. Shop my favorite styles below:

 

 

 




3. DENIM {original post here}

I usually don’t wear much denim in the summertime because it’s too hot, but as soon as fall comes around I break all my favorite styles back out. My go-to is usually a skinny jean with a slight distressing in either a dark denim washer or black. Some affordable brands I am loving include Wit & Wisdom, KUT from the Kloth, 1822, and Madewell. Shop my favorites below:

 

 

 

4. SNEAKERS {original post here}

Sneakers are all the rage these days and honestly never go out of style. You can dress them up or down depending on the occasion because they look super cute with both denim and dresses. My favorite brands at the moment include Golden Goose, P448, and Vejas. If you are looking to spend less, check out my Golden Goose dupe post here and shop my current favorites below:

 

 

 




5. FASHIONABLE SWEATSHIRTS {original post here}

In my mind you can never have too many sweatshirts and these days they are making so many cute styles! You can easily pair it with jeans and it will keep you cozy during these changing temperatures. Shop my favorites below:

 

 

 

So there you have it…a few fun pieces to help make your transition from summer into fall a bit easier. Have a great week! xo