5 WAYS TO DRESS DURING THE FALL
Going from one place to another in a sundress and flip-flops was fun while it lasted, but now, we’re going back in the season of beautiful clothes and back-to-school shopping.Trouble is, the weather hasn’t gotten the info. How can you start putting on your favorite fall pieces when temps are still topping 85 degrees? Put together that hot/cool line ever so carefully.
Wear Over-the-Knee Boots With Your Favorite Spring Dress
One non-heat-exhaustion-causing way to wear those over-the-knee shoes? Match them with a short, sleeveless dress. Your clothes will stand out because it’s chic, while still showing enough skin to keep cool.
Double Up On the Shirts
That oversized sheer chiffon shirt that’s kind of hard to wear will certainly come in handy when the weather starts to change.. Find it in the back of your closet to cover up and keep from getting cold while dressing up even the most casual of summer looks
Put a Blazer Over Your Bare Shoulders
A tank top + cuffed skinnies are a totally warm-weather good mix, but a dangled structural blazer paired with a chic but comfy slip-on sneaker or top-sider (like the Sperry A/O Weathered 2-Eye Boat Shoe) gives the accessible look an autumnal (as in your shoulders and toes are completely covered) spin.
Wear Your New Fall Blazer With Shorts Instead of Pants
The first time you pull out your favorite fall blazer is basically a glorious day holiday, right? Protect yourself from turning into a sweat monster by matchining it over shorts as opposed to long pants. (Uh, we suggest wearing a shirt or a bandeau underneath, too.)
Try an Ultra-Lightweight Sweater With a Miniskirt
In a few short months, cozy sweaters and structured skirts will serve as warm winter pieces, but right now, pair a sheer, open weave sweater with a miniskirt for a fashionable grown-up-schoolgirl look.