Transitional pieces that won’t break the bank

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If you’re looking for stylish ways to navigate this in-between period, keep scrolling for the smart, transitional style picks you should add to your cart now.

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Shoes can make the biggest difference when you’re trying to nail transitional dressing. I love mixing and matching high-contrast pieces, like a long coat with strappy heels – or light-colored denim with chunky boots. It gives you the best of both seasons!

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Layers are great for building a versatile wardrobe, so adding new knitwear to your closet is essential. I’m particularly fond of cropped cardigans and collared sweaters, which look as amazing with your summer basics as they do with true fall pieces.

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Faux Leather Pants

One of the transitional pieces I’m most excited to break out is faux leather pants! Whether you opt for a pair of vinyl leggings or paperbag waist trousers, they’ll go far in your wardrobe. Just style them with your favorite summer blouses now and then cozy knitwear later.

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Knit Dress

Knit dresses have been one of summer’s most versatile trend and I’ve covered it countless times on the blog already. The great thing about them is that they’ll carry you seamlessly into fall! Opt for a cutout dress or sweetheart neckline for late summer BBQs and chilly fall dinners.

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Oversized Button Up Shirt

Basic button-up shirts might seem boring – but they’re making a huge come back in the fashion world. They make great layering pieces as you transition out of summer. Best of all, button up shirts can be dressed up with leggings for a date night but also paired with trousers for the office.

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Hope this post takes the guesswork out of transitional dressing, making it so easy for you to find versatile pieces that can be reworked for any occasion



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