Normally, I'm not really in to the transition from summer into fall. I do enjoy the time, but style wise I don't go through the light layers phase because I get cold so easily. One day it's shorts and then I'm diving straight into sweaters. I'm not quite sure if this year will be any different (probably not), but I've been thinking about transition dressing, because I've been in love with my summer wardrobe this year. I'm having a tough time letting go, so instead I'll try to bring them into fall. Here's how:
L'oreal Souffle blush in Plum and Benefit High Beam (mines a sample size)I am super in love with this combo. The cream blush and highlighter give such a wonderful pink glow that's going to be so hard to give up when it gets colder.
Once it gets a little too cold for globs of highlighter I'll pair the blush with dark brown eyes to bring in a bigger contrast and a darker look.
Flat Sandals (similar)
I bought these sandals at Target as something to wear everywhere and absolutely destroy and they've been very convenient. So convenient that I don't want to part with them. Seriously they go with all of my shorts.
This one is kind of a no brainer and has been around for a while, but boyfriend jeans and your favorite Berkinstocks or sandals always work. Great for a causal September weekend. If you're not into that look you could go full New England and wear shorts with a sweatshirt instead.
H&M Floral Summer Tank (similar)You may have seen this top in my summer uniform post, but it can also be a great staple for fall. I think it'll would best if the top has a touch of black a grey, so it doesn't scream summer as much.
For the fall you can amp up that darkness with black jeans (mine are high waisted) and a dark red (Rimmel Kate Moss lipstick in 11) or purple lip. From flower child to sweet vampire.
Phone Cases - Kraken and Vintage MapFall also means a new phone case ... at least for me, because my poor kraken has gotten rather beat up mostly due to me fooling around with it rather than dropping it. I wanted to give a shout out to the etsy shop Arete. I absolutely love her phone cases! There are just so many unique cases that I haven't found anywhere else.
Get ready to move forward,