How To Transition Your Summer Closet

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It’s tough to say goodbye to summer, but don’t put away all your warm weather clothes just yet! From summer dresses to kimonos to shorts, a lot of pieces can be transitioned into your fall closets when styled with the right layers and accessories. You’ll realize that these garments are investments once you find all the different ways you can wear them.

Depending on the color and print, certain summer dresses can be worn with knee high boots or even tights in the brisk fall weather. The polka dot dress from Nasty Gal is subtle and can alter its way through all seasons. Try wearing it with a leather moto jacket for a little rock ‘n’ roll fun. Kimonos that were worn over dresses or shorts can continue working as a great layering piece by being worn with leggings or jeans for a cozy look. Great for in-between seasons, the blue embroidered kimono from H&M is flowy and adds a bit of boho flair.

Key Pieces for Summer to Fall Transitions


 

In this day and age of fashion, bodysuits have become a staple piece in the trendy closet. A bodysuit is used to capture a tucked-in look without leaving any ruffles or creases when worn with a skirt or a pair of shorts. To transition into the fall, the velvet bodysuit from Zara looks chic when worn with cuffed boyfriend jeans. Add a cardigan and a pair of mules and you are ready to go! You’d think cut-off denim shorts are sure to be left in the summer outfit pile, but they look awesome when worn over black sheer tights. They have the right amount of provocative rebelliousness, while keeping it cool and edgy.

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