Transitioning Your Wardrobe From Fall to Winter

After Halloween and setting the clocks back, some of the same fall trends that were in style back at the beginning of Fall just don't fit anymore. Let's start by reflecting on some of the biggest trends from this past Fall. In the following outfit sets I have included chambray, suede booties, olive green, faux leather, light sweaters, strappy sandals, distressed jeans, faux fur vests, and boyfriend jeans. Because nothing major has started trending recently, some trends from Fall will stick around for Winter, and some new fun things will start trending soon for the new season.




Chambray Tuesdays


Green & black


Ripped jeans & booties

Pleated blue tank

faux fur & white after labor day

Now because it's not Winter yet... we have to sort of predict what's to come in the next season. Transitioning pieces are essential to a Fall/Winter wardrobe, here's some that you need to add to your shopping list ASAP (and how to style them too):


In the city that never sleeps

Field jacket & jeans

Cozy

Written in the stars

I heart cats and sweaters

Foxy in booties & fringe

Army green & blanket scarves

Chilly Fall days
As you can see from above, heavier sweaters are essential to a transitioning to Winter wardrobe. Booties are still super easy to transition, but don't forget the socks too! Heavier knit socks fit perfectly in colder temperatures. Thick blanket scarves are easy to wear with lighter tanks or tees and still fit in with the weather. Jackets, cardigans, and coats are essential in a between season wardrobe. The outerwear colors can make you look very in season, as well as warm in the chilly temperatures.

Make sure you have some of the essentials I have mentioned above in your wardrobe, and take some style inspiration from the sets above! xo

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