Fall in to Style

As Ohioans we know our weather is bipolar. One day it could be sunny with a high of 85 and the next day the polar vortex could hit. We never know what kind of weather we are dressing for in the morning especially because our weather app isn’t always reliable. Luckily there a few easy pieces that work in all Ohio weather conditions.

transition pieces-hats

Hats. Oh my gosh, a girls blessing to a bad hair day. Not only do they hide our unwashed greasy hair. they also serve a purpose in keeping our noggin warm. Added bonus is that they keep our coif dry on those rainy fall days, plus could they be anymore chic?

Janessa Leone hat, $170
Rag & Bone hat, $220
Brixton hat, $66

transition pieces-scarves

Where would we be without the resurge of scarves? We have an endless limit to of scarf possibilities thanks to the different ways to tie them to the different types of scarves from infinity scarves to blanket scarves. This is why they make the best transitional piece.

Urban Outfitters scarf, $34
ASOS Scarf, $34.62
Express scarf, $49.90


transition pieces-booties

Ah, who doesn’t love a good bootie? Booties are your perfect piece to add a small heel and still look super trendy on a Saturday night out with the girls. They also keep your tootsies warm on a cold, blustery day or they can be paired with a sundress or jean shorts for a perfect summer ensemble.

Sole Society booties, $62.97
Frye booties, $298
Steve Madden booties, $149.95

transition pieces-jean jackets

The jean jacket has been a staple wardrobe piece since the 1960’s. A jean jacket provides the perfect canvas for any outfit. The heavy denim make it a warm option for colder days or even tied around the waist if the temperature decides to spike 30 degrees in an hour. As we all know Ohio weather is more than capable of that.

American Eagle hooded jean jacket, $48.97
J Crew jean jacket, $89.99
Madewell jean jacket, $118



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