If you do not feel ready to separate your favorite lightweight summer clothes, there are some stylistic tips you can follow in order to increase their lifetime even when autumn starts to shed the temperatures. The secret of course lies in correct and modern layering, changing shoe -anti-sandals- and accessories -hello hats and scarves – but also in the combination of different textiles and textures such as leather, wool and satin.
Wear the long tunic that you wore all summer over your swimsuit with palazzo pants or jeans and a hot sweater over to transfer this favorite piece to your autumn wardrobe. For a more modern look, wear it through a leather skirt shorter than the tunic and a pair of high heels.
The slip dress continues to be fashionable! To fit it at a lower temperature, put on your sexy satin dress a wide knit gray cardigan that will make it look more casual and edgy or wear a turtle for 80’s vibes.
Add to your summer floral dress a pair of sports and a white shirt or a black leather jacket and a pair of booties.
Mix & Match
Do not be afraid to combine different styles and lines together like a romantic white lace with a tight jacket tied tightly in the middle or a floral skirt with black “hard” accessories to remind you of winter.
If you wear your summer jute culotte with winter accessories you can instantly turn it into a piece of your closet useful all the time.
While we’ve been eating so much time to change the accessories from summer to winter to look topical, we’re losing ourselves and insisting on keeping your wicker out all year long since sweater-wraps make the most fashion forward combination.
Your kimono has no reason to climb to your closets with the summer, simply wear it over a total black simple set and a leather jacket on top and you are ready.
White jeans are supposed to be a summer piece but if you treat it like any other colored jeans the result will be effortless and minimal.
Nothing more classic than the denim skirt that with an opaque tights and a sweater or a blazer becomes a piece of passepartout for the whole year.
If you add a shirt or sweater under your overall shape, from classic jeans to strapless formal, you will give it a new style and dimension.
To make the layering trendy think differently and combine a tight shirt with your favorite summer crop top and jeans or your leather pants.
Skirt with folds
The airy summer skirt needs a pair of athletic shoes and the broadest sweater of your wardrobe. This contrast of the femininity of the skirt with the casual style of the sweater and the wide lines makes it look fashionable and easy to handle.