What to Wear During the Transition From Summer to Fall

Well, we’re at that point in the year where the leaves are turning brown. We’re starting to order that pumpkin spice latte at Starbucks, but it's still scorching hot outside. What are we supposed to wear when we want to dress Fall-ish, but the weather doesn’t permit it? Trust me. I wore a chunky knit sweater last week because I felt the fall vibes, and I ended up taking it off in frustration of overheating. LOL. Nonetheless, here is your guide to what to wear during this transitional time of Summer to Fall 2020.

 

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Cotton Tank Tops

These cotton pointelle camisoles are sure to fulfill your cottagecore dreams. The small eyelet details and lacy trims spice up any pair of jeans or shorts, not to mention the breathable cotton material. It’s cute and also doubles as loungewear. Consider wearing one to your next zoom class! Shop here.

 

Sweatshorts

You know that feeling when you’re wearing sweats, and you feel like you’re overheating? Try sweatshorts! They also double as comfortable. Fall is all about cozy, and sweatshorts are just that. Shop here.

 

School Girl Skirts

Pleated tennis skirts are a must-have in your closet. You can add a light pullover and loafers to give it a Catholic school girl edge or add a cute long sleeve baby tee. Don’t forget to add a mask if you leave the house! Shop here. 

 

Printed Mesh Long Sleeves

Mesh long sleeves are all the rage nowadays with its stylish twist to a good old long sleeve. @Myaemade on Instagram designs and sells one of a kind, homemade mesh long sleeves with beautiful patchwork. Shop here. 

 

Corset Tops

Corset/bustier tops were a summer trend, and it's here to stay for fall. Whether you wear it as an ode to the 1500s or as a fun fashion trend, it's perfect for this weather transition. Wear it to your next zoom class and pair it with sweats. Party on the top, comfortable on the bottom! Shop here.