Summer Staples You Can Wear Every Season
There will always be those staple pieces that do us good for each season separately. As for the rest of the clothes in your closet, just because the temperature drops in fall and winter doesn’t mean your number of clothing options should as well.
Don’t pack away a white dress because it’s after Labor Day—the fashion gods will not punish you. Instead, when you’re facing a cool breezy day add some layers of color and a statement necklace or a chunky bag that will draw attention away from the dress.
Maxi dresses keep us cool in the summertime while the heat gives us a little color. On the other hand if you pull on some tights, boots and an elongating jacket instead of a floppy hat and shades you’ve got a look that’s set for fall weekends. If it’s not too chilly, sleeveless jackets will go great over your dresses or pants.
The experts at the nail salon may advise you to go bright in the summer and dark in the fall, but your clothes don’t have to follow that rule. Find new ways to accentuate your neon like matching tights, a cool cape and a contrasting bag.
Your printed matter doesn’t need to be paired with solids. When you mix-match well you exude confidence because it’s not something people can brave often. Accessories are really help when you want to mix prints and also give your wardrobe an infinite number of options. Great belts unify mixed prints and give you some shape.
Your favorite mini will still have some miles left in it come October. If you put on tights under it, your legs will be warm but the skirt will still give you some length if you’re lacking in that department. It’s a put together look that’s not only ideal for the office but for a night out as well.
Ladies have it quite easy. We have plenty of ways to get a pulled together look without compromising our style and everyone should take advantage of that. From summer to fall your clothes just need a little tweak to give you a fresh look while keeping you in style.
What are some pieces you like to wear throughout the year?