Fall Equinox is just in one day (September 22nd), and although Fashion World is way ahead in trends preparing for Spring/Summer 2019, we need to be a little bit more practical and realistic, when it comes to our wardrobe, as temperature is going down really quickly!
There’s probably a lot of pieces, that you spent money on this summer season, but you could still style them pretty easily during Fall and Winter, and I’m here to help you out!
Heres my TOP 5 Pieces that will help you to adapt to colder seasons:
Every women’s must have! I’m a big fan of investing in a good coat in classic color. Not only a flattering cut (I think wrap coat is a save hit for every silhouette) will boost your confidence, but that investment could last you not only few seasons, but a lifetime! Coat is a piece in your wardrobe, which is not only for one or two occasions, so spending some money on good quality once, could save you some coins in long period.
Oversized blazers have been an important piece of wardrobe for few seasons now, and it looks like they’re still ruling the street style and runways regardless of season. Any feminine summer dress (from mini to maxi, from floral to plain) or skinny jeans with oversized, masculine blazer will make a big statement.
Just like oversized blazer – you can easily transform your summer outfit in autumn appropriate, by changing sandals to boots.
A good pair of jeans always helps to put the look together. If you already have one (or more!) in your wardrobe, just add cropped or ruffled top, oversized blazer, and statement boots. Tip: Flares are back and stronger than ever!
Sweaters are essential in winter – they keep you warm in cold weather and are perfect step of layering (even better with coat or blazer on top). Chunky, heavy sweaters are perfect with flowy dresses or folded skirts.
These 5 wardrobe pieces are perfect, not only to change your summer wardrobe to more weather-appropriate, but areas great matched together!
Let me know in the comments, what is your perfect tip or hack to transit your wardrobe from S/S to F/W?