It’s no secret that COVID has changed fashion for the foreseeable future: comfortable fashion is the trend that just is not going away anytime soon. As someone who values comfort above all else in my style I am fully embracing it – long live the sweatsuit! Whether your plans include endless Netflix, socially distant pumpkin patch frolicking or Zoom happy hours, check out some of my favorite sweatsuits below, as well as other trends that are perfect for transitioning from Summer to Fall.
It’s Not A Regular Sweatsuit, It’s A Cool Sweatsuit
I have to confess: I love a good sweatsuit. Thanks to celebs, influencers and quarantine, the sweatsuit is officially stylish – so embrace it! If you’re afraid of feeling swallowed up or looking “frumpy” sweatsuits with a cropped sweatshirt are flattering and cute.
Cardigans As Shirts
Cardigans as shirts first became trendy last year, and the trend isn’t going away anytime soon. In the words of the great, wise Hannah Montana, you get the best of both worlds: the ease and coziness of a sweater combined with the flair of button details to achieve a cute and effortlessly cool look.
Push It To The Maxi
Maxi dresses are perfect for transitioning from Summer to Fall. Not only are they an easy way to look chic while staying comfortable, they are light enough to keep you cool in the lingering Summer heat while providing enough coverage to shield you from chilly Fall breezes.
Let’s face it, plaid for Fall is timeless. Plus, if you’re venturing out of the house the preppy look is on-trend. Blair Waldorf who? Don’t be afraid to go for bold, colorful tartans for an upbeat look to offset graying autumn skies.
Sit Back, D(i)stress
Denim is never going away. Period. Investment pieces are so much more important in the era of COVID, and denim styles are timeless whether you’re out and about or cozying up with a PSL.
Whatever else you wear this Fall, don’t forget to pair it with the most important accessory these days: a mask. Masks important for public health and you can use them to express your sense of style.
What are your favorite styles to transition from Summer to Fall?