How to Dress for a Warm Fall

If you’re reading this and you’re experiencing lovely Fall weather, please describe it to me so I can live vicariously through you. Because it’s 89 degrees right now where I am and at this point I’ll take just a cool breeze. For this reason, today I’m sharing how to dress for a warm Fall.

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Top: Forever 21, similar Shoes: Nordstrom Purse: Sole Society Jacket: Forever 21 Shorts: Similar Sunglasses: Shopbop

One of the main ways I figured out how to dress for a warm Fall was to rely on accessories and prints. These are both aspects in an outfit that can easily represent the season, but don’t have to be the bulk of your outfit. In this case I opted for a more subdued floral print top that reminded me of Fall and velvet pink pumps, because if it’s velvet then it’s perfect for Fall.

I am so happy this hooded utility jacket is still available in all sizes, because for only $40 it’s a must-have piece. Before the weather cools down, I love to drape jackets around one or both of my shoulders. Then of course once Fall and Winter temps arrive, utility jackets become one of the most versatile closet staples for the season.

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