Transitional Pieces for Fall Wardrobe

The beginning of fall is here and I couldn't be more ecstatic, if you haven't noticed already!  It's hard to believe that just shy of one year ago I was starting this blog and talking about boots for a trip to Montana that didn't pan out and scarves that I loved and wore all fall and winter long.

I'm linking up with Erika and Shay today for the monthly Workin' It Wednesday to discuss how I transition my summer wardrobe to fall

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Despite Houston temperatures typically being warmer than our northern counterparts, I tend to start integrating in my boots and other fall items as much as possible.  I rely heavily on my office building cranking down the air conditioning so that I stay cool even when the late afternoon temperatures rise.

Some easy transition pieces that I like to incorporate are listed below.  If you're reading this from email then you'll need to open the blog post up in your web browser to see the list of items you can shop!  Just click on the right arrow to scroll through each section.

A Blazer or Jacket: structured, bold prints, solid prints, textured, jean, leather, military.  The sky's the limit on how to work in a light jacket or blazer to your outfit to help fall-ify your dresses and ensembles.  They're great because they can make an outfit sophisticated yet casual and you can take them off if you get too warm.

Dark Floral Prints: large floral prints have been all the rage from spring throughout summer.  You can easily mix in darker floral prints into your fall wardrobe including adding the above mentioned blazer for cooler evenings!

Boots & Booties: always easy to wear with your favorite dresses and skirts for work as well as your regular outfits.

Vests: easy to throw on for added warmth or a pop of color.

Scarves & Wraps: lightweight scarves and wraps care clutch right now.  They help if there is a slight chill in the air, they fall-ify your outfit, and they also add a pop of color to your outfit.  They're easy to use as an accessory but also remove if you get too warm.

What do you do to help transition your summer attire into fall?  Any tricks or ideas you can share?

I hope everyone is having a good week so far.  We're halfway through the week and I'm looking forward to the weekend!