How to Transition your Wardrobe from Summer to Fall

Making the transition from a summer wardrobe to fall doesn\’t have to be a pain. Try my three outfit inspirations below for a smooth transition into chillier temperatures.
The first few weeks in fall are usually still warmer temperatures. So keep your summer handbag out pair it with jeans, heels and a simple white tee accented with a scarf.
Keep your summer dress in the mix by laying it with a jacket once the weather gets cooler. Pair it with boots, a matching handbag and a scarf so a polished and chic look.  

Create a monochromatic look with a pop of color by wearing a bright colored tee or tank top paired with a scarf, cardigan, black wedges and a black, gray or white handbag.

How do you transition your wardrobe from summer to fall?

19 Comments on “How to Transition your Wardrobe from Summer to Fall

  1. Fabulous tips and outfits!! I slowly transition to fall fashion by adding more layers. I always hate to see the bright colors of summer go, but I love navy and black and browns for fall. I am also loving all the pumpkin colored pieces this fall!Have a fabulous monday!

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  2. I cannot wait for fall. That being said, I plan on adding cardigans, tights and more pieces like that to transition my wardrobe. Its easy to take a lovely color like yellow, and wear it for 3 seasons.

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  3. Great tips! I've been trying to figure out how to keep my pretty summer dress in my wardrobe once the weather cools off. I think boots are the way to go! I don't know if I have a jacket that goes with it but I'm thinking a longer sweater with a nice little belt should do the trick! Happy Monday 🙂

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  4. Love the outift ideas! I transition by wearing cardigans a lot. It seems to do the trick!

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  5. Love these ideas…it's always fun, but challenging, to transition from summer to fall. Pulling out the jeans after several months of breezy dresses and skirts is always tough! 🙂

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