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Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Tops to Transition From Spring to Fall

As the seasons change, it can be frustrating to have to change your wardrobe every few months. As much as I love shopping, after a while you do begin to amass quite a lot of items that you barely wear. That’s why ‘recycling’ your outfits can be both a space and money saver! Thinking about it, it may seem almost impossible to wear your Summer clothes in Winter, but there are a few exceptions:

Again, you might be thinking I am crazy. But hear me out! Specifically, there are lots of spring tops that can crossover to blend into autumn fashion, and today we'll have a look at some of them. To make them work for cooler temperatures and different trends, it just depends on how you style them. Carry on reading to see how I would style them!

Floral Blouses
To some, nothing says “Summer” quite like a blouse with blossoming roses sprouting from the fabric. But those people may not realise that floral blouses are quite versatile and that the print is very trendy for fall 2016. If your floral blouse looks anything like the romantic dresses featured in this post, you’ll see just how fall-friendly florals can really be.  You can also get floral sweaters for when it’s really cold.


Off The Shoulder Styles
Luckily for lovers of the off the shoulder/bardot trend, the style is staying put. For colder temperatures, try pairing it with jeans and some ankle boots instead. You can find plenty of autumnal variations of the style on this page. You can also go for off the shoulder jumper dresses, which I can assure you are super cosy! Sometimes having a look at how the models are styling the tops/dresses gives me some much needed inspiration too.


The Camisole
I love picking up all the patterned/plain camisoles that arrive with the start of Summer, but with Winter creeping in, these often get banished to the back of my wardrobe. Not any more! I’m determined to bring them into fall, with the addition of a thick cardigan, a comfy scarf and jeans. You can see how celebrities wear the their Summer tops into fall here, another great place to get some inspiration!

Making spring fashions work for fall isn’t as hard as I anticipated - sometimes it's just about adding extra layers!

I hope you enjoyed this post!
Do you have any tips on how to make your Summer clothes wearable in Winter?

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21 comments:

  1. I love camis in summer so I'm definitely going to try and get some cardigans/jackets so I can keep wearing them through winter!

    Danielle's Beauty Blog

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    1. It's a good way to get more wear out of them too :)

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  2. "sometimes it's just about adding extra layers" True!

    I don't think you're crazy. I think you are creative! Lovely post.

    amakamedia.com 

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  4. That's nice! Very creative!
    I love off shoulders too!

    xoxo, Colli
    my beautyblog - tobeyoutiful

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  5. Loved this post so much! Off shoulder tops are what I live for!! xx

    Redwhitepink.blospot.co.uk

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  6. Everything sounds nice. Bringing back your camisoles seems like an awesome idea! x

    www.serenbird.com

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  7. I love those jumpers I need one that is bardot style! Xx

    http://louiselovesbeauty.blogspot.co.uk/

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  8. I love off the shoulder cut shirts and jumpers, but in the autumn or winter, if my shoulders are cold, I am cold. haha
    Angie | Chocolate & Lipstick | Beauty, Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

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  9. Thankfully Autumn and Winter where I live is very mild so I get away with wearing pretty much anything with the addition of a coat. I can't imagine living in a place where the winter is extreme though, I need 6 times the amount of clothes that I have now. LOL!

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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    1. The weather here is very temperamental, it can be pouring down but be really humid, or it can be really sunny but be freezing! I find it so hard to dress for the day! xx

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  10. i like off the shoulder tops, too bad i dont own any.

    Wendee//theglossychic.com

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  11. I really hate fall. Mostly because it means that summer is over :D But I love fall fashion! Especially jackets, blazers, scarves, etc. I really enjoyed reading this post x

    BeautyPepTalk

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    1. Same here, I hate the weather but I find it easier to dress for! :)

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