Dressing In A New Season With Consistency

Year after year, I am excited by the idea of ​​fall outfits, comfy sweaters, and changing leaves. And then, year after year, what happens? It’s October, and it’s still 90 degrees where I live. I don’t know about you, but living in a warmer climate is all fun and games until fall FOMO rolls around.

Sure, I love and appreciate endless summer, but being unable to truly live out my Stars Hollow or Bella Swan fantasy is always trumped by a sheen of sweat under a knitted sweater and my fan blasting all night. It doesn’t help that I’m surrounded by fall content in your face. (Is it just me, or does apple picking really look like the most fun anyone can have in October and November?)

Regardless, I still love participating in what I think is the best of this season: fall fashion. Sure, it’ll take a while to be able to layer and bundle up, and even then, it only lasts about a week, but who’s to say you can’t stick to the season while wearing some of your summer pieces? While the principle is the same, fall fashion looks a little different depending on what kind of climate you live in.

My favorite way to get into the fall spirit is through my clothes. And while I may be a bit restricted, I have some tips for you below.

The Most Precious Wearables This Season

Leather, loafers, warm tones, denim, repeat – the options are plentiful. It’s easy to get into the fall spirit with this idea. All you have to do is zero in on one fall-inspired piece of clothing (think: a leather boot, denim dress, rusty orange jacket, etc.) and pair it with other pieces that work in warm weather. From leather boots and a dress to a rusty orange jacket and your favorite shorts, this option is easy, comfortable and cute.

Accessories For A New Look

Don’t put your summer shoes away just yet, because they will most likely work all season long. However, instead of combining them with sundresses and linen, opt for jeans or trousers. A classic pair of sandals or slip-ons works well with a great pair of jeans and a cardigan. It’s a win-win situation if you ask me.

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