Link Up!- Transitioning to Fall Clothing

Shian Knuth wearing colorful fall transition top with teal blue shorts and wedges.
Shian Knuth wearing colorful fall transition top with teal blue shorts and wedges.
Shian Knuth wearing colorful fall transition top with teal blue shorts and wedges.
Shian Knuth wearing colorful fall transition top with teal blue shorts and wedges.
Shian Knuth wearing colorful fall transition top with teal blue shorts and wedges.
Shian Knuth wearing colorful fall transition top with teal blue shorts and wedges.

Fall is right around the corner and everyone is already itching for the cooler season to be on us. Pumpkin, gorgeous changing leaves, and Halloween are right around the corner. BUT- it’s really not that cold yet guys. Definitely not cool enough for the warm knits, tights, or riding boots that are nearly upon us. It requires a delicate balance to create a perfect in-between look that keeps you cool but lets you grab ahold of your favorite season. Below are some tips on transitioning to Fall clothing right now.

Fall Transitioning Outfit Ideas

  • Mix the popular floral summer trend with black/other dark shades. Florals are spilling over into Fall as a popular staple so you can continue to wear your pieces next season.
  • Along that same note, pair your colorful busy patters with dark colors or black (like I did in the photos above).
  • Layer an unbuttoned plaid button down over a tank top for light layering (plaid really provides that Fall feel!).
  • Wear a sweater with lots of cutouts/holes/large crocheting patterns over a white tank with shorts and booties.
  • Throw on your felt hats with your bright summer colors.
  • Pair your favorite dresses with leather leggings.
  • Keep your chambray tops going, pairing with black ripped jeans, camel, or olive green pants.
  • Add scarves to everything. Now is the perfect time to actually wear the “summer scarf” look without hardcore sweating.
  • Layer light/sheer cardigans over graphic tees and pair with skinny jeans or flares in a dark wash.
  • Long sleeved rompers are literally made for Fall. Try shades of wine or black for that Fall feel.
  • Along that same vein, you can pair long sleeved billowy tops with shorts and sandals or booties. It’s still way too hot for riding boots though!
  • Minimalism and monochromatic looks are our friends right now. Keeping everything black and white lends that cool almost-winter-but-luckily-not-a-blizzard-yet vibe.
  • Start to incorporate these shades: red wine, mustard yellow, olive green, black, navy, plum.
  • Layer long sleeve tops under your summer dresses.

Co-Hosting The Wednesday Pants Linkup!

This week I’m excited to be co-hosting a vacation The Wednesday Pants Link-Up with Allison of Sydney Fashion Hunter. Allison created her blog to share her experiences of hunting down that perfect fashion item in the beautiful harbour city she calls home. She’s a globe trotting, shoe loving, designer handbag toting Aussie who loves to shop up a storm, preferably with a wine glass in hand. On the blog she mixes high end and high street and in “The Wednesday Pants” series she has set herself a challenge to wear the same white pair of Calvin Klein pants every Wednesday for an entire year, styled differently of course! This week Allison is in beautiful Koh Phi Phi Thailand and showing her beach chic. Head on over to her blog and follow along.

Sydney Fashion Hunter TWP #51

We’d both love to see your style this week so link up below following these simple rules:-

1. Follow your host on Facebook, Bloglovin’, Twitter and/or Pinterest.
2. Follow your co-host on Instagram,Β Facebook, Bloglovin, or Pinterest.
3. Your post should be either a white pants outfit from your archives or your best OOTD from this week.
3. Ensure your link goes to a specific blog page rather than you blog home page.
4. Include a link back to Sydney Fashion HunterΒ in your blog post.
5. Visit a couple of the other links and discover new blogs to love.


Shian- The Fashion Investigator

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  1. Love your style here! you really have a fashionable eye! In regards to a leather jacket you asked any suggestions where to get a good quality without breaking the bank. You can try H&M because they have online higher end things like real leather and suede including jackets. Or Zara is another great place, Urban Outfitters, Belstaff but they can be a tad pricy. The ones I suggested are definitely the best options. Or another place M&S, Mr Porter is a tad pricer. M&S, Zara, H&M, and Urban are the best without breaking the bank. Next is another great place. xx http://www.bauchlefashion.com πŸ™‚
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