Transition Outfits | Summer to Fall
I am all about Transition Outfits!
It’s about time pull out the Transition Outfits and go from Summer to Fall! This is a great time to pull your favorite items from both seasons and put them together! I can’t wait for the cool, crisp air and changing leaves! Fall is one of my favorite seasons and is always a welcome treat after a hot summer! I am thankful that I live in an area that gets all 4 seasons! Transitional outfits are super important to help me save money and stay stylish all year long!
Grab this A-Line Jersey Dress at H&M for only $17.99! Super cute and cheap! You can wear this in the Summer with cute canvas tennis shoes or flip flops, and then add a pair of skinny white jeans or denim jeans in the fall! You can also pair this dress with booties and leggings or just wear booties and a jacket! Throw on a scarf for an extra accessory!
Oh I am totally jelly over these Tory Burch Flat Sandals! Wear them with the A-line Dress pictured above, or with your favorite skinny jeans and a flannel top when you transition from summer to fall! This color is a great transition piece and so comfortable!
There are many White Skinny Jeans to choose from at Nordstrom – and even a bunch on SALE! I love that you get FREE shipping on any item! Plus, there are so many favorites to choose from! Wear your white jeans now with a bright colored tank top, and then add a pair of booties as you transition to the fall! Flannel, denim, floral, and black all go great with white skinny jeans!
This is a super simple outfit, but who says it has to be complicated? Tunic Tops are the way to go for me. I love that I can wear Skinny Jeans and a Tunic Top and stay covered and modest. Plus, you can always throw on a pair of boots or booties to transition to fall. Add a plaid fashion scarf or a cute jacket for when the weather starts to cool off!
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