Transitioning a Wardrobe for Winter
Taking an already well stocked wardrobe into another season can be such a challenge that some don’t even bother to edit and get rid of items that are not necessary for the coming season. What makes the transition from fall to winter difficult is that the closet has already experienced an overload of maxi dresses, shredded shorts, tees, and kimonos. There is no more room for anything else.
Though much of fashion dictates that you must have a new wardrobe for each season that approaches your side of the globe, it really is not necessary to splurge and splurge until you cannot even close your closet door anymore. In fact, it really does not have to be a difficult process of transitioning a wardrobe.
The key to making a smooth transition is layering and using existing pieces as the focal point of the outfit. For example, try taking that maxi dress you purchased during the endless pursuit of the perfect summer collection. Pair it with a chunky knit sweater, combat boots, and add a belt to top off the look.
There are a few key pieces that will take your fall apparel into winter. The first is printed tights. Tights not only scream fall and winter but will definitely cover up your legs in style. Try this pair from Yesstyle for $7.92.