How To Transition Your Outfits to Fall
This season’s Shop Your Closet Challenge is all about how to transition your outfits from summer to fall during this bumper season when the weather can be so unpredictable. It might be 100 degrees at your house, and it might be cold and rainy. Some of you will get snow in October when others are still in shorts. No matter what the weather is doing, you are craving fall fashion, and this week I’m sharing my tips to dress for fall, even if Mother Nature isn’t cooperating.
Join me each day this week (8.30.21 – 9.4.21) at 1pm ET on the Stunning Style Facebook page or the FREE Capsule Wardrobes for Classic Style Facebook Group for another Special Live and the next tip to transition your outfits from summer to fall!
Is autumn your favorite season of the year? Do you crave fall fashion more than any other? It seems like most of us do. Fall frenzy starts in August, when it’s hotter, and less achievable, than ever. Even as we step into September, there isn’t much relief from the heat yet, but we can still cool our fall fever!
This week I’ve been sharing a tip a day to help you transition your wardrobe to fall even when it’s hot outside, and today is tip #5!
If you want help curating your own classic style wardrobe this fall, I’ve done all the shopping and curating for you, and created 100 outfits in the Fall Classic Wardrobe Guide. There are about 500 items for you to choose from in the custom shopping portal to help you find exactly what you need. You can learn more at stunningstyle.com/society.
Tip #5 - Go DArk(er)
Darkening up your color palette reflects the changes we see around us as the days shorten and the sun sits a little lower in the sky. The shadows get longer and the colors around us deepen. We can reflect that in our outfits in three ways!
As we say goodbye to summer, one way to go darker is to move from wearing more white and other light neutrals to the darker neutrals you love. Whatever your favorite neutrals are, choose the darker versions of them. For me that means stepping into more black, navy, and espresso brown.
These two tees are nearly identical in color and style, but there is a big difference when I pair it with navy versus white. The white on bottoms screams summer, which the navy says I’m stepping into autumn
Yesterday we talked about fall patterns, but that doesn’t mean you have to abandon your favorites. Choosing the darker versions of them will bring them into fall. Think florals, polka dots or paisley on a dark background or darker stripes – like black or navy with white instead of white with black/navy, like Olivia Palermo does below.
Even though there is that typical fall color palette we all pine for every year (see what I did there?), you can wear any color in the fall and make it feel seasonal by choosing the darker version of it. Instead of grass green I go for a deeper green, my favorite stop sign red from summer transitions to a deeper cranberry red, and I go for deeper purples.
I have two of this exact sweater. One is a lighter grass green I wear in the spring, and this one is a deeper green I prefer in the fall.
Combining these three options and pairing your darker neutrals with the darker patterns and colors really pulls in that fall vibe even more. I hope this gave you some ideas on how you can incorporate darker colors into these transition months if the weather is not quite ready for fall, and you are!
I’ll be sharing a new tip each day this week, so join me at 1 pm ET each day for more ideas to transition your outfits to fall because the next tip could be the perfect one for you.
You Don't Have to Do it Alone!
If you want help cooling that fall fever, you don’t have to figure it out yourself. I’ve got you covered!
The doors to the Society are open!
The doors the to Stunning Style Society are open as of today, and the Fall Wardrobe Guide is out and available. The members received it on Saturday and they are LOVING it! I create 100 outfits and put them on a calendar for you and the first several outfits are transition outfits. I’ve already done the work for you, taken these tips and created transition outfits for you so you don’t even have to think about it or pick your outfit (how nice does that sound?). Learn more about the Society and the Fall Classic Wardrobe Guide by clicking here.