9 Ways to Master Transitional Dressing

Struggling to transition your wardrobe over from breezy summer dresses to warmer layering pieces? We've got you covered! Ease into cooler temps with these 9 styling tips to master the art of transitional dressing. Trust us — you (and your closet) will thank you.

1. Slowly introduce a darker color palette

Not ready to part ways from bright hues just yet? Ease into fall with a darker palette of jewel blue, maple yellow, urban green and cinnabar orange. These shades still feel colorful but are more suited for the colder months.

2. Get comfortable with layering

Plan your outfits from day to night by adding versatile pieces that are easy to layer.

3. Stock up on midi and maxi dresses

The styling options are endless with flowy dresses. Pair a solid midi with booties and a chunky sweater, or wear a printed maxi with heels and a leather jacket.

4. Find a statement making jacket

It's officially jacket season, so it's important to invest in a fabulous piece that is both easy to layer and can make a statement! Try a faux-leather trench, a silky blazer, or a denim jacket with a removable faux fur collar.

5. Add leather to your wardrobe

Nothing screams "fall fashion" more than leather. Add this wardrobe essential to instantly add the seasonal element to any outfit.

6. Embrace sweater weather

Embrace the crispy weather with cozy sweaters that are as comfortable as they are chic.

7. Upgrade your denim game

Swap your jean shorts for fabulous denim jeans you'll have on rotation all season long.

8. Try bare legs and booties

Don't be afraid to wear mini dresses as the temperature drops — it's all about how you style them! Show off your legs in a cute mini by pairing it with a jacket and booties. You can also throw on some tights for extra warmth.

9. Add long sleeve tops to your rotation

Dip into the cooler temperatures by adding long sleeve tops to your sleeveless collection. Not only does it feel more seasonal, these pieces add effortless elegance to any look you're going for.