Mix warm and cold season items when fall is sort
Fall is very short in Interior Alaska. Most the time, the first flurries fly by mid September. Investing in fall clothes for just three to four weeks seems like a waste of money and real estate in my closet. I want that all my items work at least for three seasons. Thus, when it comes to fall, I have to be inventive. When fall is short where you live, mix warm and cold season items to save and look posh and chic nevertheless.Skip buying a full fall wardrobe when fall is short where you live. #fashiontip Click To Tweet
Look for summer items that have colors or vibes suitable for fall
These summer sandals have a high coverage on the front of the foot. Thus, on a dry fall day, they can do duty as “open-toe fall booties”. They match well the color of the baseball jacket that is perfect as cover-up when being outside. Indoors, the color of the belt picks up the color of the sandals which perfectly integrates them into the fall outfit.When mixing cold and warm season items for fall, throw a fall color in. #styleover40 Click To Tweet
Despite the sweater has short sleeves and is a summer item, its dark navy blue and cable knit pattern in combination with the tan color make it a great addition to any fall outfit.Navy, brown, and black items from summer work for fall too when styled with cold season pieces. Click To Tweet
You can find other inspirations on how to wear a nautical outfit, a Hawaiian shirt, or even a capri in fall. Do you buy a complete fall wardrobe? Do you wear summer items in fall? How do you elongate the wear of your summer items into fall? How do you get the needed extra insulation to not feel cold? Let me know, I am curious tweet me.
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