The season is changing and it can be tough and expensive to purchase new outfits for the Fall. The tricky part is to be dressed for the
season. From the sunny heat to chilly winds, your wardrobe might not be ideal to step out of the house with. Saying goodbye to your summer must haves from short shorts and sandals and changing them out for fitted trousers, fluffy sweaters, colorful coats and boots. Purchasing a new wardrobe will be costly, so why not use the pieces from the summer season into fall?
We were all in love with maxi dresses for summer. The long and flowy piece can be worn with chunky jewelry and tights underneath to keep your legs warm. Depending on your maxi dress, pair it with a blazer, a lightweight cargo jacket or a military style jacket. Keep the blazer a neutral color if your maxi dress is a bright hue, choose a warm brown, beige or caramel color. Add flats or even military boots to give your look a 90s grunge appearance.
You don’t have to put away your jean shorts with the chilly weather. Style up your shorts with tights and a cargo jacket to keep yourself warm. You can go for military boots to give your look a more rocker edge or pair it with knee high boots. For the top, stick with a basic white top that has longer sleeves since your cargo jacket and tights will be more prominent features of your outfit. Don’t forget to add a scarf if you want to add more color to your look.
Strapless Floral Tops:
A summer essential for keeping yourself cool, now you can
wear the top with a blazer and fitted trousers to keep yourself warm. A fun colorful top paired with neutral colors can give the look a more sophisticated touch even for the office. If you want to go for a more casual look, pair it
with a jean jacket and boots. Jeggings is another way to pair up a floral top.