How to Dress for Early Fall

September 07, 2017

Primitive Beginnings How to Dress for Early Fall

Summer is finally over, and so many are eager to break out the fluffy sweaters and pumpkin spice lattes! However, many areas experience slightly cooler weather, but not enough to start wearing a light jacket. Here are a few wardrobe tips for this early Fall period!


Choose Warm but Flowy Fabrics



It may be cold enough to need your arms covered, but you don’t want to overheat in a large sweater if the sun is out. Choose tops that keep you covered but are not too tight to help allow your skin to breath while withstanding an unexpected chilly breeze.



Stay Warm with Less Layers



Multiple layers used to be recommended, but nowadays it’s all about “less is more”. Stay warm and comfortable with a neutral dress with long sleeves (a bonus if it has a higher neckline!) Pair it with or without tights/leggings, and a versatile dress such as this allows for many shoe and jewelry options.



Stock up on Long Sleeve Tops


While it may not quite be sweater weather yet, you may not exactly be able to wear your summer tank tops anymore. Have a variety of basic long-sleeve tops in your wardrobe that can be paired with other things you own. Long sleeve tops like these look great with jeans or leggings, and can easily be paired with a sleeveless jacket. Get extra festive with Fall or Halloween-themed colors and you will look ready for your next outing to a bonfire or corn maze!



Reinvent your Summer Clothes


Clothes that kept you cool in the summer can keep you warm in the winter...with a few revisions of course! Swap out your summer sandals for some cute boots, keep your tattered jeans but wear tights underneath, and continue wearing your favorite tees and tanks with a neutral and versatile cardigan.



Add a Few Seasonal Accessories


If you live in an area where it is still warm during the day but gets very chilly at night, keep a few essentials in your car or handbag so when you are out, you are prepared for the unexpected drop in temperature. Keep a loose flowy sweater handy, or wrap yourself up in a soft oversized scarf.

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