As summer is coming to an end and fall is approaching super slow here in south Texas, it is super difficult to know what to wear. Some days you still want to wear floral patterns with bright colors but it just feels off. Other days you are so ready for the pumpkin spice vibes slowly approaching and want to wear leggings and sweaters but it is still too hot outside.
This fashion rule will cover the color palette and patters to help you transition the most trendy and fashionable way into this fall season.
To start off you can never go wrong with black, white and red for basic transition colors. These colors are neutral, can be matched with either summer of fall outfits. Secondary colors for transitioning to fall are dark shades of green and blue. If you still want to add your girly colors pale colors like pink, yellow, and nude colors would also be good for this transition season.
Prints are also a perfect way to add statement to your outfits. In this transition season don’t be afraid to use jackets and shorts, YOLO! You can use as many prints, styles and transition colors as you want in one outfit. In this outfit, I used the camo jacket to tie in my off the shoulder white blouse and active shorts. I decided to add a pop of color with some red statement earrings. Play around with prints and don’t be afraid to wear as many different styles as you want this season.
This second outfit is definitely going on my favorites list, specially the pants! Plaid is so in right now, and it could be styled by itself or as a matching set. In this outfit I styled the plaid pants with a graphic tee from Bold Love Apparel. Love their tees, super soft with a positive message. Decided to make this outfit more girly vibes by wearing strap heels and staying within the color palette. And yes this is the perfect start for the red lipstick! Finally we can sport this ultimate favorite lip color from here up until winter season.
I honestly feel any printed top or bottom can be perfect for transitioning into the fall season. Remember for more transition or pre-fall outfits checkout my Pinterest for some ideas. I usually have all my Pins organized so you can checkout the tab for Fall/Winter under Fashion Book board.