How To Transition Your Wardrobe From Summer To Autumn

19th Sep 2017 / By The Blog Team

The temperature is dropping and we have to face the fact that summer is officially over. Now comes the big question: what should we wear to start adapting to the colder weather? The good news is that while the sun is still out, there’s no need to throw out all your summer clothes in a mad frenzy! Here are our top tips for seamlessly transitioning your summer wardrobe into autumn. We hope you like playing with layers!

 🌺 Layer it up 🌺

Layer, layer , layer! Add different fabrics and textures to create a stylish layered look. When it gets too warm you can simply take off a layer – and voila – you have a new outfit! Pay close attention to length. A chunky knit looks great with a skirt, while a long trench is best paired with a loose dress.

🌺 Dress it up 🌺

During summer, we loved combining slip dresses with t-shirts; however, in autumn, we’re swapping our little white t-shirts for a long sleeve top. We love the stark contrast between sexy and casual in this look. If you’re looking for an edgier style, add a boyfriend shirt to a floaty dress.

🌺 Find the right Jacket 🌺

During this transition time, embrace the fact there are a multitude of different jackets to try out! Whether you prefer leather or denim, a parka or a trench coat, now is the time to experiment.

🌺 Accessories for days 🌺

Scarves are our bestfriends right now. Add colour and warmth to your outfit with big wrap-around scarves. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different patterns and textures. A bold scarf, for example, is perfect for brightening up a little black dress.

🌺 Shine on 🌺

Who says grey needs to be dull? Add a touch of silver to your look and you’ll be shining all the way into winter. We love adding a bit of bling with metallic accessories and clothing, including a sexy silver miniskirt.

What’s your favourite autumn look? Send us a snap via Facebook or Instagram. And, don’t forget to tag #JustFabStyle!

xo,

Your JustFab Team

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