Transeasonal: How to Transition Summer Wear into Fall

This is one year, many people including myself are definitely ready for Fall.  I think we’d agree that there’s a lot more that happens in the Fall such as hayrides, pumpkin picking, the leaves changing color, and apple cider is back in season. To me, this is when it’s not too hot and it’s not too cold. 

So as we slowly make the transition from Summer to Fall, I thought I’d share a few styles that would help make the transition much smoother.  Now, once again in order to achieve these looks, you don’t have to break the bank.  Usually what you already have in your closet, makes for the best transeasonal looks.

First of all, jeans are always in season.  I mean, you can’t get enough of least I can’t.  This is also why skinny jeans need to stay because if you have a thigh high boot, that wide or straight leg ain’t going to cut it. 


Also, who said you can’t wear white, ivory, or cream in every season?  In my opinion, if you pair white with a darker color, it would make for a good transeasonal look.

Okay, I think skirts/dresses, whether short or long, are always in season.  You can easily wear a skirt/dress with thigh high or knee high boots or you can simply go “old school” and wear stockings. 


Y’all! What do you think about plaid/flannel shirts?  I personally love them and if you give them a try, I know you’ll fall in love as well.  It all depends on how you style it and the color that best suits you.

Cardigans are a must have for your closet. If you don’t have one, go out and buy one!  JK.  It’s your preference.  I live for a good cardigan, hence why I have so many.  A cardigan to me is like having a jean jacket, it goes with everything. 

Okay, I think it’s safe to say that you can begin pulling out your sweaters. They don’t have to be huge but just the small/thin ones.  You know, start off small and then work your way up as the temperature goes down. 

I’m personally not a hat/fedora person.  I wish I was, maybe when I get my hair braided...but until then, I’ll put mine on hold.  You, however, need a hat...okay, you don’t NEED one but if you want one, this is definitely the season to begin rocking it if you haven’t already.  I’ve seen many people rocking these and they are just the cutest. I mean, it’s a great accessory to a great look.

What I love about transeasonal wear is that you can continue wearing a few items from Summer but add layers for the Fall.  This is also why it’s great to have those “staple” pieces in your closet that you can wear year round.

BTW you can shop my outfits on the LTK app.

I hope this puts your mind and your money at ease knowing that you don’t have to panic, you’re doing great and you can save your money for something else.  If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to comment.  I’d love to hear from you and also don’t forget to subscribe.  You don’t want to miss any exclusive info. 



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