A) sorry I’ve been so MIA. It’s been a crazy few weeks for school. Next time I go MIA, make sure you’re signed up for my newsletter – I always share what’s going on in my newsletters! And all the amazing sales.
C) even though it’s October, for some reason or another, Dallas has decided it’s still summer. Ahem, Dallas: it’s not. While figuring out how to dress for fall when it is hot outside can be challenging, I thought I’d share some of my tips and tricks to make it a bit easier for y’all.
AKA something every Texan needs to know how to do.
What I’m Wearing:
Dress: BCBGeneration / Shoes: BP. / Earrings: Ann Taylor / Bag: Sole Society / Rings: BaubleBar
Fall is my favorite season. For clothes. For weather. And – obviously – for PSLs.
In my mind, sweater weather is the best weather. So it kills me a little bit inside to not be able to wear all of the sweaters with all of the corduroy pants on a daily basis yet.
Even though tis the season for fall clothes (as all of the magazines and stores keep trying to tell us), it’s definitely not sweater weather yet here in Texas. To help you adapt to the summer-in-October temperatures, you can easily add fall elements to your outfits… even though it’s still bare-arm weather. So here are my tips for how to dress for fall when it is hot outside (or, in Dallas’s case, unbearably and unbelievably hot outside):
How to Dress for Fall When it is Hot Outside
Accessorize wisely: a brown leather bag or some burgundy suede heels can help you complete your warm weather fall outfits. One of my favorite tricks is to incorporate open-toe booties into my early fall looks. Booties are a fall classic, while the open toe keeps them breathable, despite the scorching temps outside.
Go mad for plaid: this one’s kind of expanding on the other two. Incorporate plaids and autumnal floral prints to bring your look into fall. I really like this plaid dress (on sale!), this floral dress (also on sale!), and this floral top.