Here are 10 clothing items everyone should have for weird in-between weather
Happy November! The leaves are falling, the nights are getting longer… but unfortunately, these temperatures refuse to budge. While we’ve been ready for cooler temperatures, it’s hard to hate these unseasonably warm temperatures as we enter November. While there’s been a chill some mornings, we’re kind of over these hot afternoons, but not so much that we’re ready to dive back into cold weather. To get your through these troubled times, there are definitely clothing items for in-between weather that you should have in your closet to make life easier.
Luckily, it’s looking like you won’t need to bundle up when you head to the polls on Election Day, but it can still get super cold and super hot depending on where you live these days. Like, at the same time. Who can plan an outfit in conditions like this? Sometimes it’s about making the best of what you already have (like rocking leggings with your fave summer skirt) and knowing how to add layers.
Here are some basics to rely on.
“On Brand” enamel pin, Professional Mess, $8
The right accessories are always in season.
Calf-length Dress, H&M, $34.99
This almost too-long dress is perfect with a pair of boots on a rainy day.
London Rebel Cut Out Ankle Boots, ASOS, $46
Like these ones.
Noisy May Sheer Oversize Tunic, ASOS, $37.58
The key to layering is a great top to finish it off.
Lace Up Front Body Suit, Missguided US, $34
Body suits are the essential way to go from work to cocktails and make it look easy.
Petite Rambler Tapestry Skirt, Topshop, $68
This skirt screams ’tis the season.
2-Way Knit Stole, Uniqlo, $29.90
Anything that can go two-ways is a must when you don’t know what the temperature will be in an hour.
With or without tights, this dress is a go-to.
Bonnie Sunglasses, Komono, $69.95
These pearly white shades totally go with your holiday Starbucks cup.
No matter how you layer up your favorite tanks and printed skirts, getting dressed in the weird in-between season is always a good excuse to get creative. Work it, friends.