Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Transitioning into Fall

If you are like us, we think this time of year is so hard for shopping. Most of the new arrivals in stores are heavier weight and all you want to do is bust out your favorite pair of Frye boots and over-sized sweater... then you go outside and realize you would pass out wearing it in this crazy heat! There are still a few more months of super warm weather before we start feeling that cool, crisp Fall air.

Although you have a few more weeks of wearing those bright neon shades, white linen, and Summery frocks, it's time to start thinking about transitioning your wardrobe into Fall. It's easy to do and still beat this heat! 
Here are a few great examples of how to make it work...

We love this rust colored ruffle tank tucked into a flowy skirt. The color works well for transitioning into a new season and you can easily wear this with flat sandals during the day or with wedges at night. The light, breezy fabric keeps you cool yet you aren't looking crazy in white eyelet linen after Labor Day (if you're from the South, you get this). If you want to wear this combo to work, throw on a tan blazer and pumps.

When those breezy nights come and you're ready for Fall, just add a fur lined vest and boots to the look. This outfit can be worn out until snow is on the ground if you add tights and sleeves.

Example #2 is also perfect for this time of year. We are totally lusting over this fringe top. You can wear it many ways, be we love how easily it can be thrown on with jeans. You can wear this day or night and because it's neutral, it's perfect for adding a fun piece of jewelry with it. Think about wearing this now with skinny jeans and sandals, then in late Fall you can throw on the same vest and your favorite suede booties.

Don't let shopping now stress you out! Run into your local Lizard Thicket and see all of our amazing transition pieces to get you ready for Fall. Have trouble putting together transition combos? Ask one of our girls to help you with ideas.

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