Transition your wardrobe for fall
Howdy loves! It’s officially September and back-to-school marks the beginning of the fall season. Pumpkin Spice lattes are now available and everywhere you look, stores are filling with Halloween decor, cozy sweaters and cute booties. In Calgary, that means cold mornings and warm afternoons: we are a city who likes to layer. If you’re looking for a little inspiration on how to transition your wardrobe for fall, here is some adorable and affordable style:
Autumn in Canada
Fall is such a beautiful time of year. Even though, as a Canadian, I dread the fact that it signifies eight months of approaching cold temperatures. It’s also a season of warmth and comfort that I look forward to. This past weekend, we had the opportunity to take our boys to do a little horseback riding and they absolutely loved it. Since we were out in the country, I brought along the camera to snap some photos of this special occasion and capture a little of my fall fashion.
A great option to counteract the temperature fluctuation that always accompanies September is a sweater dress like this one. I loved it so much that I bought it in cream AND grey! The sweatshirt material provides warmth and can be worn with or without leggings. If it’s a chilly morning, layer with a trendy utility jacket in olive green. I love how the length was almost to my knees, making it appropriate to wear to work too.
Thankfully many of the trends that were popular last autumn have been carried over into this year as well. I dressed up this look with a long tribal necklace, cowboy boots, hobo bag and felt fedora. The cream, maroon and tan hues compliment each other so well and really give you that fall feeling.
Fall must-Have items
Looking for some key accessories? A neutral hat and a pair of booties will suit you well again this year. I’ve linked some of my favourite wardrobe staples for fall, many of which are one sale right now!
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Enjoy those pumpkin spice lattes lovelies,