September is officially transitional wear month, and it seriously has nothing to do with the weather. Slowly but surely your go-to florals will look a little out of place, so will your sandals. Introduce these six fall trends into your wardrobe today, for a seamless transition to Fall. Keeping in mind that there is nothing more unattractive than wearing two seasons in one outfit. The minute you start introducing fall staples, ensure that the tones of your outfit blend well together. Its not as much about color as it is about tone. That’s why pale blue jeans with a hit of grey work all through winter, although pale blue, leaning on the pastel, don’t.
The Cashmere Bralette
Walking in the footsteps of Katie Holmes last weekend, substituting your cotton crop top with a cashmere bralette is the way to go. Cashmere generally comes in heathered shades of grey and beige so ensure that the remainder of your outfit is coordinated in the same way.
Plaids and tweeds are in for Fall. Update your wardrobe with a blazer in a traditional menswear fabric. Match it to jewel tones and not whites and reds, to ensure that it looks current.
On the topic of colors, jewel tones, be it mustard, teal or terra-cotta are strongly trending. Add one of these tones to your wardrobe to give you an instant zest of Fall.
Pockets, khakis and belts are all featured in fall 2019 trends. Unlike the utility trend, this military flair means brass buttons, epaulettes in rich tones of khaki, navy and Burgundy.
You’ll be wearing three kind of pants this September, black, denim and leather. Leather pants in any shape or style should be on your shopping list if you don’t own them yet. They will take you all the way through winter.
Forget Lillys and Iris’, fall’s florals are more like baby’s breath and lavender, smaller flowers in muted tones. If you can’t let go of your floral dresses, make sure you’ve got the right flowers on at least.