What to Wear: Transitioning from Summer to Fall

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That’s right, these days, no matter where you live, seasonal changes don’t mean you have to stow away those summer looks forever. Lucky for you, the summer pieces below work just as well for fall, too – with the help of a few simple style tweaks, of course.

Ready to get inspired? We’ve got you covered.  



Just because the weather’s cooler doesn’t mean you have to say goodbye to your favorite beach scarf. In fact, if you’re anything like us, you’ll be wearing your go-to piece just as much as before. This scarf works as a shawl or wrap, making it an ideal addition to jeans and a tee, dresses and boots, and beyond. Simply throw it on and go.



Can we talk about this print? So chic! This sweet and chic floral dress is the perfect length for brunch on the beach or in the city – the button front is so unbelievably flattering. Wear it solo for warm summer days, and style it with boots, a leather jacket, and a floppy hat for fall. Trust us, you’ll get noticed the instant you slip it on.



A textured mini skirt is a stylish girl essential – and if it’s as soft as this pretty little thing, even better. Style it with a tank and sandals for warmer days, and pair it with a lightweight trench, ankle strap booties, and a patterned scarf for nights on the town. The best part? The ruched design allows you to make it as short or as long as you’d like.



A staple for any closet, Rag & Bone’s Newbury Boot is a fashion-set favorite. It’s safe to say we wore these all through summer with denim cutoffs and a plaid button down (Rails, of course), but come fall, we’re switching things up a bit. Team yours with skinnies, a gauzy long sleeve, and a slouchy beanie to take these stunners straight into the new season.



While this was a staple of ours with denim shorts and minis for summer, we can’t give it up just yet. For fall, we’re pairing it with boyfriend jeans and vintage sneakers by day and leather skinnies and sleek stilettos by night. A top this soft deserves to be worn.


What about you? What are your trans-seasonal go-tos? We’d love to hear your favorites!