We’re finally at that stage where summer and fall meet! During this time, I love to wear some of my favorite summer pieces with a fall twist 🙂 Today I’m sharing how to transition a floral dress to fall in three easy ways (with three items you likely already have in your closet!).
How to Transition a Floral Dress to Fall in 3 Ways
Of course we all know and love the deep, dark florals of fall in it’s prime. But what about the transition from summer to fall? It’s that time of the year where the weather can’t quite make up it’s mind. For this reason, I like to combine the seasons so I can get a little more wear out of my summer items while introducing fall items. Here are 3 items like I like to add into my wardrobe to transition a floral dress to fall:
This might be obvious but hats are the perfect transition item! Trade in your straw boater for a wool version and you’re good to go! I also really love the rancher style for fall. I think neutral colors are always a good option so you can mix and match with dresses, sweaters and even coats as the weather cools down. If you’re looking to make a practical fashion statement, go for a more colorful hue like this dark pink shade!
Boots are also a must have for transitioning to fall. It is boot season after all! 😉 Personally, I really love pairing my floral summer dresses with ankle boots, lace up boots or over the knee boots but honestly any type of boot will do. Cowboy boots are also trending so that would be a good option as well! Also boots look amazing with any length dress so have fun experimenting!
If you’re not into adding cold weather accessories, try adding in layers instead like a cardigan or sweater. Cardigans are always in style but they’ve been trending for the last year or so! I personally love the vintage style ones with the ornate collars but a chunky cardigan is always a fall staple. If you don’t have a cardigan, a loose sweater looks really cute over dresses too! Both are easy to throw on and take off as the weather changes through out the day.
How would you transition a floral dress to fall?
Feel free to share your thoughts!