Summer to Fall Outfits

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October has knocked on the door and you still struggle to say good-bye to your favourite summer pieces? Well, I have good and bad news for you. The bad one is: you will have to wrap yourself in all the warm clothes for another several months. But, the good one – I will share ideas how to save most of your summery pieces and turn them in a very cool autumn look.

Let us start with the most summery piece -your favourite summer dress. There is a life for almost all summer dresses in winter time, you just need to style them differently. If we talk about crochet summer dress layer it with chunky cardigan in similar color and wool coat in basic color. Accessorize it with a hat and suede boots to create a typical winter Boho look and go ahead!

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Floral dresses would need black opaque hosiery and chunky boots but as well as crochet dress come along with heavy-knit cardigans and a biker wool coat. This look is perfect for rock-n-roll type of girl.


What to do with a must-have of a summer wardrobe – a silk tank top? Summer tops in solid colour do not need require a lot of fantasy. Basicly,  you just switch from summer accessories to fall ones such as shoes and bags, pair it with dark-dye denim, biker and cosy winter coat and your silk top becomes a perfect layering piece for winter.


And finally your favourite summer pants. Summer pants no matter the color, fit and fabric are a perfect transition piece between summer and winter wardrobe. As long as it’s not crisp white, you can combine it with knitwear in light shades, silk blouses or cotton shirts, wear a tailored coat over it in camel or grey and the look is done.

Do not be afraid of mixing the fabrics and structures: silk with leather, poplin with wool, light-weight cotton with knitted jersey, but do mind the color. The summery you go, the lighter pieces you should use for layering. Et voila! Explore your fantasy, it can save you a lot of money! Have a wondeful weekend, dress stylish, feel warm! Hugs

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