While we might still be soaking up the final weeks of summer sun, our minds have begun to wander towards outfit planning for the autumnal season ahead. Whether you’re looking for ideas on what to wear back to the office or on your weekend outings, we’re here to help make your summer wardrobe last into the cooler months with styling tips and OM recommendations to complete your look.
Layer Your Summer Silhouettes
When transitioning your wardrobe into the cooler months, think in layers. Keep summer silhouettes like jumpsuits and maxi dresses in rotation by adding a thin turtleneck underneath or a denim jacket overtop to keep you warm. Complement the bright patterns and hues of these warm-weathered pieces by adding the minimalistic Sawyer Circle for a well-balanced appearance. If you’re not ready to say goodbye to mini skirts and sundresses, try popping on a cozy sweater and accessorizing with the Raelynn Waist Pack to highlight your midsection and break up the bulk.
Swap Sandals for Boots
Stretch your summer looks well beyond beach days and barbecues with the right footwear. Swapping out your sandals for a pair of fall-ready boots will provide seasonal style as well as much needed warmth on chillier days. Try pairing a causal dress with a pair of cowboy boots and a shoulder bag like the Phoebe Flap Bag or Zella Small Crossbody in a corresponding leather hue. Looking to bring your favorite pair of booties back into rotation? Complete your look with the Aurora Tote for a casually cool piece of autumnal arm candy.
Invest in Seasonless Staples
When you invest in evergreen staples like basic tees and a solid pair of jeans, you can transition your wardrobe between seasons with ease. Designs like stripes look right at home in the summer months paired with a breezy pair of shorts, and can easily transition into the fall with denim and your favorite pair of boots. Alternatively, carry the versatility of a white button-down into the upcoming season by layering it beneath a sweater vest or blazer. Keep things classic by pairing the structured shapes of the Riley Small Tote or Nora Double Zip with your seasonless staples.