I know this might feel premature, but fall is here guys! Yes it is still 90 degrees in Atlanta, however fall is quickly creeping upon us. With that said, if you haven’t already, it’s time to start thinking about fall fashion. What are the trends, what do you need to put away, what can you continue wearing into fall from this past summer? These are all questions you have to start thinking about to make sure that your wardrobe is ready for the new season.
To get your mind ready for the new fall season, I created two outfits that focus on beautiful colors that work for end of summer temperatures, but will transition seamlessly into fall. These colors are stunning and fall into the spice color category which will be a big hit this fall. Fall weather might evoke darker colors, however you can still wear bright hues into fall and be well within the color trends of the season.
the 2 fall colors you can wear nowMuted shades of green, and yellow, are the best colors to wear now and into fall. These colors are vibrant but less saturated, hence pair well against the cool temperatures fall offers. To ensure that I can wear these pieces now I pair them with on trend sandals. Orange and white sandals have both been major trends this past summer. Both colors pair great with fall spice colors like burnt orange, mellow yellow and olive.
Being able to wear pieces now and into fall is easier than you think. When the weather becomes a little cooler, simply swap your orange sandals for burnt-orange booties, or pumps. For my yellow midi dress look, my white sandals will be replaced with white pumps. Depending on how cold it gets, you can continue to wear your sandals into fall, however know that you always have alternatives. By simply switching out my shoes, and adding a denim jacket, or blazer to these midi dresses, my end of summer outfits transition seamlessly into fall.
If there’s one thing I can promise you this season, it is that color will be the focus. You don’t have to put away your bright colors just yet, just pick the right shades of the summer hues we have loved this past summer season.