The Calendar Says One Thing & The Weather Says Otherwise!

Being between seasons is difficult for fashion lovers everywhere. Having a wardrobe that can go from season to season will make battling this inconvenient time easier.

Even though it's technically October, the 80 degree weather has it feeling a little more like June. Here's a few classic tips to dress for Fall even if the weather is not being cooperative. The best part is that you can still be fashion forward in doing so:


Cardigans! They are the unsung hero of the fight between your closet and the weather. When it is too warm for a coat and too cold to go without something on your arms, grab a cardigan! You will be fashion forward and weather conscious.

Ditch the chunky sweater during the season limbo. Instead, pick a breathable sweater. You still get the coverage of a long sleeve but also the breath-ability needed for warmer weather. The best part about a sweater is how many different ways you can style it. It is my personal favorite transition piece.

Simple tees and tops are a great way to stay on trend and stay comfortable. It is always a great idea to keep a few basics in your closet. You can always dress it up with jewelry or a cute scarf. It is also smart to have neutral colored tees. The greatest way to change your wardrobe to fit the season is to layer. Neutrals tees are easy to layer with and it gives your closet more versatility.

It can seem like a daunting task to find your style during the changing of seasons. Don't worry too much though! Battling the seasons can be much easier than it seems, and you don't have to give up your personal style to make it work.   

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Have a wonderful day!


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