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Don’t put away your favorite summer pieces yet. Here are four summer outfits and ideas on how to update those looks for fall.
Sadly enough, we’ve had the worst summer in Sweden since 1862. I’ve worn knitted sweaters more days than I’ve been wearing summer dresses and have had pants more days than bare legs.
Even though the fall is already here, I’ve difficult to let go of the summer vibes. But that doesn’t need to be a bad thing. With just a few simple styling tricks you can take your favorite summer basics into the new season …
Velvet Dress & Boots Outfit
Photo: Elin Eriksson
One dress I’ve especially been crushing on this summer is this green velvet shirtdress from KWL Velvet. It might be the ultimate transitional look.
It can take you from summer to fall or from office to drinks by just changing the shoes and jewelry.
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American Style Outfit
Photo: Helena Gunnare
This American style outfit is one of my favorites. I love light washed denim jeans, cool prints on tops, western buckle boots, fringes, and hats!
Even though the chillier months means darker washed denim in focus, don’t shy away from your summer denim just yet. Updating this for fall is easy. Just add a chunky cable knit sweater and/or a solid denim jacket.
P.S Pump up your shoe game and wear cute ankle socks that are just visible over the rim.
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Instagram Hat & Colorful Dress Outfit
Don’t put away your colorful summer dresses just yet. They don’t have to be a summer-only staple piece. To update this look for fall, wear a chunky open cardigan (or leather jacket) and switch the sandals to over knee boots.
You can also switch the hat to a cute pom beanie.
All Black Playsuit & Lightweight Trench Outfit
Photo: Helena Gunnare
All black outfits are always fierce. Even though you might need to change your playsuit for a jumpsuit, you can at least bring in your lightweight trench to the fall season.
It might not work as a jacket anymore, but it’s oh-so-stylish to jeans and tops as well as dresses. Just add a warmer trenchcoat over when you head out.