Is it possible that it’s already pumpkin spice latte season? Just as quickly as summer snuck up on us, we’ve almost reached September which means fall is right around the corner. Don’t go out wearing your wooly turtlenecks just yet though. While the colors may be changing, the weather sure isn’t. Transitioning months like September are the most difficult to plan for fashion wise. Seasons tell us that we should be wearing our velvets and flannels but the heat has other plans.

So, how do you transition your wardrobe into fall while it still feels like summer? Details, details, details! Adding little hints of fall colors/prints while keeping your outfit lightweight is the perfect way to move into a new season and remain comfortable. Here are some of our favorite fall transitioning pieces!

Transitioning to fall doesn’t mean go big or go home. Maybe it’s something as small and simple as changing up your jewelry to more warm-toned colors. We love these gemstone beaded bracelets in pyrite and garnet for fall.

It’s time to bring back the booties. Pro-tip, try pairing ankle booties with a t-shirt dress so you can stay cool and comfortable in the heat but still rock the fall-esque shoes.

A light cashmere sweater that go over white jeans or be worn with dark denim and boots is another fave option!

Adding in touches of burgundy or orange is another great way to transition your closet. This Urban Originals Satchel gives you some color without being too over-the-top.

There are certain fabrics that are reserved specifically for fall. Corduroy is one of them, but we felt that it when done correctly, corduroy can look appropriate year-round. Take these Citizens of Humanity wide leg corduroy pants. Get the look of your favorite flared jeans but with a feeling of fall!

Scarf wraps make nice transitioning pieces as well because you can wear them as a thing extra layer over a dress, or more traditionally wrapped around your neck for when it gets colder. This Metallic Lightweight Wrap is especially suitable for a fancy evening.

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