Thursday, September 13, 2018

How to Transition to Fall When the Weater is Hot

I wore this outfit last weekend when it was very hot out but I still felt like I was dressed for the fall season. At this point in the year here in Los Angeles it's nowhere near cool enough for sweaters or even long sleeves, so you have to get more creative in transitioning your wardrobe. One of my favorite tips for making a summer wardrobe look more appropriate for fall is wearing fall colors but in lighter fabrics, which is where this polka dot skirt from SheIn comes in. The light brown color is perfect for fall but the material isn't too heavy, so it's very wearable for warmer weather. When the colder temperatures come, I can just add a sweater and I'll be all set!

As you know, I love color, so I didn't want to completely dress in neutrals. Adding a pop of color can add a little hint of summer into your wardrobe without it being too much. Plus, who doesn't want to be reminded of summer? For this outfit, I decided to add the pop of color in the form of this gorgeous statement necklace with these pretty pink iridescent flowers and a pink bag. I love to experiment with colors and I found through this outfit that I really adore pink and brown together! It just might be my go to color combo for this upcoming fall season!

Skirt: c/o SheIn here
Tee: Target similar here
Shoes: J. Crew similar here
Bag: Coach similar here
Necklace: J. Crew here
Sunglasses: Prada
Shop the Post


  1. This is such a pretty outfit!

    Lotte |

  2. It's been crazy - we have 26 degrees here in England - just when I had settled into Autumn! Love the hints of Autumn in your outfit Katie xx Maria

  3. Love your skirt, and pretty colors that you wore with it. i have to do the same thing here in the South. Fall colors ;-0
    thanks for linking!
    jess xx


Say hello to Hello Katie! I would love to hear from you!