It's almost that weird time of year in fashion where everyone gets confused and panicked on what to wear in-between seasons. When summer is not quite over, but some days it's cool enough for fall. Or when it's like summer temperatures well into October. The new fall trends do transition well from summer, since there are lighter colors and shorter styles. Since I am much less 'avant garde' I don't get too wild like a few looks on the runway. I most often will transition with pairing a sweater with shorts or a skirt, or wearing booties with jeans and a light top but when the nights tend to cool down I will grab a leather jacket or a blazer and just layer. Luckily, this transition into fall season may be a bit easier since the styles are a bit less dark and heavy and more reminiscent of spring.
I noticed quite a bit of pastel and neon colors on trend for the fall season, so you don't have to bag all of your clothes from the spring and summer.
As if designers heard our cry, on trend for fall is also another spring staple: florals and floral embroidery.
Another big one for this fall and winter that I noticed is the mod 60's look, with very short hemlines, paired with equally mod boots and coats. You can wear it now with summer appropriate shoes and minus the coat.
So you see, there are many ways to wear your fall fashions right now in the heat of summer. If you don't care about transitioning and just want to jump right in, the next half is for you!
Sheer midi and full skirts
This is a big one, because the sheer looks are everywhere and in everything right now, from dresses to skirts to blouses. When attempting this look, keep it minimal and monotone in darker colors. Understandably, not everyone can pull this look off, but it is hot!
Not quite categorized as fur, not quite a shearling, it's just fuzzy.
Head to Toe Knits
This, with the sheer trend, is among my favorites. It looks so very comfy but chic. I can not help but picture reading a good book with a cup of tea snuggled up and looking good in one of these.
Thanks for reading.