Weather Report

There’s a post-Labor Day tendency to tuck your summer clothing into the back of your closet and to embrace your favorite new trends for fall. But the temperature rarely changes as quickly as our wardrobe inclinations do. It feels just as wrong to sport a sundress in September as it does to rock wool pants in 80° weather. How to stay chic in between seasons? Let’s look to a few of my favorite style bloggers.
Anh combines looks from two seasons with a pale lace dress and a neutral infinity scarf. The dress and sandals say summer, but her lightweight scarf and dark leather bag make her look equally appropriate for fall.
A maxi dress or skirt is a great piece for both summer and fall. Nicole’s one-shoulder option is a summer staple paired with silver jewelry and will look equally chic layered underneath a cardigan come fall.
Who says shorts are just for summer? Helena’s look transitions seamlessly into fall with a white oxford shirt and navy schoolboy blazer. Want to make it office-appropriate? Swap the jean shorts for a pair in leather or silk. 
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What are your tricks for transitional dressing?

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  1. This time of year, when it still feels like summer, but the mornings and evenings are chilly, I practically live in scarves, cardigans and neutral toned accessories, yet I make great use of my summer dresses and sandals. Lovely inspiration! 🙂
    Ada

  2. So true! I think it might be because we are all tired of how hot and sticky summer can be and ready to pull out another wardrobe (and buy some new things too). I love your picks. Thanks for sharing the great ideas.