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Transition into Fall with Sofi Stella!

Sunday, September 13, 2015 6:58:11 PM America/New_York

Transitioning summer clothes into early fall

 
In Michigan last week, we experienced fresh autumn weather in August.  But that was just a tease.  Now we are back to record high temps of course.  That little glimpse of fall can either make you extremely irritated with the realization that summer is indeed coming to an end soon, or make you slightly excited to fall into all that is autumn.  
What do you wear when the air is crisp in the morning, hits 70 during the daytime, then slides back into a chill in the evening? Don't pack away summer just yet.  Try some of these tips to keep you feeling comfortable and just right all day long. 
A longer sleeve with shorts and a closed toe shoe is an easy option. Blazers and jackets over a bright colored dress can still make a statement.  Long pants with a sleeveless top is always chic.  Dressy shorts over opaque tights can help fight the chill but still be light enough to keep your temp balanced throughout the day.  
Keep your shorts, tanks, florals, and bright colors handy for a while yet.  Fall is all about layers.  Layers upon layers to be frank.  Get dressed in you favorite summer dress. Add a statement necklace.  Layer on a lightweight jacket followed by a scarf and some ankle booties.  If the temps rise later on, peel your layers off.  Take away the scarf that ended up as your focal point and there you have your statement necklace waiting to take over to complete your look.  Lastly, vests are the easiest layer to pile over a casual or dressy ensemble. 
Do you wear white after labor day?  I do!  That rule is ancient, pretty much null and void nowadays.  Until there is snow on the ground, you can rock your white well into fall.  Later on you can move into softer whites, creams, taupes, and light grays- I like to call these "winter whites".  But we are talking fall, not winter, and it's still summer so let's not get ahead of ourselves! 
Stop by or jump online to view our new arrivals for fall transitioning pieces.  Still not sure how to wear it?  Let us help.  We are happy, and furthermore, excited to style you!  
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Meghan L Westbrook