6 Outfits To Help You Transition From Summer To Fall

Here in Southern California, we don’t really get the picturesque “leaves changing color” and a “chill in the air” type of fall. It’s just kind of really hot until it’s not, which can make it hard to know how to dress for the day. Am I going to sweat? Am I going to need a sweater later? The key to a successful summer-to-fall transitional outfit is layers, layers, layers. But it’s more than that. There’s a purposefulness to the formula. There’s also fabric, texture and colors to consider. So if you need some visual inspo for your summer-to-fall wardrobe transition, read on.

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A rust-colored wide leg pant looks fresh for fall when paired with a metallic blazer. Keep it simple with a white tank underneath in case the weather heats up.

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A long-sleeved mini dress with an easy pair of flats is a perfect look to help you transition from summer to fall.

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If you get too warm, peel off the blazer and you’re left with a breezy summer look. Keep the blazer on and you’re ready for apple picking ASAP.

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Yes, I have a thing for rust pants. But these are bell bottoms, not wide leg, OK? I love this ’70s vibe with a breezy patterned chiffon top that will help you not feel overheated.

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TBH, I love any dress that could also very well be an oversized nightgown.

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A little birdie told me that slouchy boots are officially coming back this fall. Pair yours with a miniskirt and trench coat for versatile layers.

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Make sure to also see Have Bold Shoulder Looks Officially Come Back, or 14 Of The Prettiest Dresses To Carry You Through The Rest Of Summer!

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Author: Samantha Welker

Samantha Welker is the business manager at Glitter Guide. She has an Master's in Corporate Finance & Sustainability from Harvard Business School but prefers working in the creative industry. She also hosts a weekly business podcast for creative women called Pretty Okay Podcast. She loves spending time with her husband and her son, Rocky, in sunny San Diego. Follow along on Instagram