Sunday, September 3, 2017

How to dress for fall in warm weather part two

What I am wearing 
Waterfall Cardigan Similar
New York and Company Ruffle Black Top  SimilarSimilar
Tribal Print  Shark Bite Skirt  SimilarSimilar
Peep Toe Wedges  Similar
Forever 21 Clutch Similar

Even though fall is just a few weeks away people are already showcasing fall fashion. Since I am a blogger I must to showing some fall outfits. But the problem is that it is still too hot. In the south, the temperatures are definitely not like. I can imagine what it is like in the western part of the United States. It probably does not feel very fall like. So what is a person to do about it? There are quite a few tips to pull of autumn looks in warm temperatures. 

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Thin Layers 

I like wearing thin layers in late summer and early fall. It is probably one of the easiest ways to start changing your wardrobe for autumn. A nice thin cardigan will look great with your sleeveless tops. I wore my cardigan with a short sleeve ruffle top. FYI- I actually wore this top backward because it is a ruffle top and it looked a lot better this way with this skirt. 

Summer Dresses 

One way of solving your problem is transitioning your summer dresses. Almost any dress you own can be transomed into a cute look for next season. For example, a cami dress would look perfect with a mock turtleneck shirt. If you have a cute maxi dress pair it with your favorite pair of boots.

Vest or Sleeveless Jacket 

You can wear it over your sleeveless dresses or tops. When it does finally get colder outside you can always wear the vest or jacket under over your vest. But for now, let the vest be your outer wear.

Don't Forget About Denim

For the most part, I wear denim all year round. I never stop wearing it in fall because it looks so good with my fall items like my ankle boots.

These tips will come in handy especially because of the Labor Day Sales going on. A lot of summer items will be around 50% to 70% off. In order for buying these items not to be a waste of money and time follow these tips to make them wearable for fall. Here are some of my picks that are on sale for Labour Day.

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