Transitioning Your Fashion for Fall

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Many dream of crisp fall days and sweater weather and if you’re someone who’s already in the mood for a chill in the air, why not freshen up your wardrobe with some fall inspired pieces.

Summer can be the perfect time to start incorporating hot fall trends into your closet and The Small Town Stylist says it’s easier than it looks. And not to worry, if summer is still on your mind, these simple additions will add a touch of the next season without taking away from the one we’re in.

Plaid, Animal print and Ivy League fashion trends are back in style and Jackie says that they can all be added as simple accents via a light top or even a flowing pant. Crisp knit sweaters are also perfect for cooler nights and also work to carry you into the fall season too. 

Jackie has neatly paired some of her favorite pieces from the WORTH Fall Collection for some great ideas. The WORTH showroom is available for viewing through August 3rd. To see the new fall collection or to schedule an appointment with Jackie, reach her online at thesmalltownstylist.com.

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