Transitioning into Fall with Five Summer Pieces

We are at our last two weeks  until it’s officially time to pack up the swimsuits in exchange for oversized sweaters and Columbia jackets. However, that doesn’t have to be the case! Here, I’ve created the top five items that you can easily transition Summer pieces to fall, so you don’t have to say au revoir to those cute strappy sandals you’ve been wearing all season!

1. Toe-Baring.

That’s right, just because the weather is winding down doesn’t mean you can’t show off those cute painted toes of yours! In fact, this summer piece is the perfect accessory to “feminize” or “casualize” your fall look (just make sure it isn’t raining!). Wedges can even be worn as is or with tights, and if you’re hipster or school-girl enough, high socks.

2. Bright lights.

The biggest trend this past Summer were neon colored pieces, and if you were like me, a bright piece was definitely necessary to every one of my looks. Luckily for me, I don’t have to say bye bye to these pieces forever! The best way to wear a neon piece is to simply “tone it down” with a leather jacket, peacoat, tights, dark-hued skirt, etc.

3. Shorts.

Who wear short-shorts in the fall time? You do! You don’t have to say bye to your cute high waisted shorts forever! Pair them up with see-through tights and you’re good to go!

4. Summer Dress.

Don’t be mistaken by it’s name, a Summer dress can definitely be worn in the fall time! Similar to bright colored tops, a way to transition these flowy dresses can be done with trench/pea coats, leather jackets, dark tights, boots, and so on.

5. Wrap Arounds.

One of my favorite things to do this past Summer was to accessorize my hair with silk scarves. Similar to the popular trend this fall, these light pieces can easily be transitioned over as a statement piece to any of your looks!

So here it is, common pieces worn in the Summer than can easily be transitioned over into the fall. Which Summer look will you be sporting this season?

xoxo,

Naomi

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