Do you find yourself groaning “I have nothing to wear!” every time you open your closet? Your summer staples are becoming repetitive, but alas, you’re not ready to bring back the heavy coats and thick sweaters, because it’s still like a million degrees outside. Look no further! Here are some transitional trends that will work with what you already have.
Whether you take half and half with a side of coffee or only take espresso shots, coffee’s many shades will add a dose of caffeine to your tired wardrobe. The Cargo Pant with Belt may be the shade of a sweet latte, but it will add a tough edge to any outfit. Throw on the Duster Trench Coat over your favorite sundress for an instantly sophisticated pre-fall look.
Jean shorts are being pushed aside as summer is winding down, but these fun ankle-length jeans will fit right in with your favorite summer tops. Keep the spring in your step with the Seamed Lace Up Hem Skinny, which boasts a flattering fit and a cool lace-up detail. The Ruffle Hem Jeans guides the eye to the footwear, so pair it with your best booties and heeled sandals.
The tartan print signals fall like no other. Because of its long history and classic status, plaid can look stuffy when styled with a heavy hand. Give the cold shoulder to the basic plaid flannel and embrace the Plaid Off Shoulder Puff Sleeve Top instead. The stylish cut and muted pattern create a fool-proof balance. Add a sexy and modern twist to the centuries-old print with the Twofer Plaid top. Crop top has never looked so classy!
Mini dresses with long sleeves will save you during the awkward months in between summer and fall. Show off your legs to keep cool during the Indian summer and throw on some long boots once it gets chilly. The polished Lace Up Sleeve Shift Dress was built to be paired with sexy thigh-high boots and killer pumps. Go from conference-room chic to happy-hour ready in the day-to-night Blazer Dress.