How Can You Make Your Summer Clothes Work for Fall?

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It always makes me sad when fall comes and I have to pack up my summer clothes until next year.

Fortunately, there are loads of ways to transition your summer wardrobe into the cooler fall weather.

Not only does this save you the trouble of having to put it all away for the next several months, but it also means you can save money on your fall closet.

Here’s how to do it right.

1. Toss on a Jean Jacket

Toss on a Jean Jacket

I have several maxi dresses that I really love, but they have spaghetti straps.

Instead of having to choose something else to wear in the fall, I simply add a jean jacket to my dress and I can keep right on wearing it.

You can also wear a jean jacket over any tank top you don’t want to stop wearing just because it’s cold outside.

2. Wear a Pair of Leggings under Summer Skirts

Wear a Pair of Leggings under Summer Skirts

Skirts are one if my go-to choices during the summer.

You can still wear all of your favorite skirts in the fall just by putting on a pair of leggings.

There are loads of colors and patterns so you’re sure to find a few pairs that can take your summer skirts to a whole new level for fall.

3. Pair Your Shorts with a Sweater

Pair Your Shorts with a Sweater

Fall days are notorious for starting out cool, then getting warmer by the time afternoon arrives.2

Wearing shorts with a cute sweater will keep you warm, but not too warm so you can wear the outfit for the entire day without being uncomfortable.

Celebrities do this trend really well so use them as inspiration.

4. Wear Your Skinny Jeans with Tall Boots

Wear Your Skinny Jeans with Tall Boots

You’ve been sliding on adorable sandals with your skinnies all summer long, but you can keep right on wearing them if you want.2

Wear cozy socks and your favorite pair of tall boots with them instead.

You can top off the look with a sweater or other cute top to keep you warm in the fall weather.

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