Now that we’re into mid-September, I feel like it’s the best time of the year to shop for clothing, yet I’ve been struggling to put outfits together! I know there’s a lot to choose from in my closet, but I’ve just had nothing to wear.
I know, I know, it’s a #firstworldproblem at its finest…
Seriously though, it happens to all of us, and I find it’s a common feeling during transitional seasons when the weather doesn’t match what’s in stores.
In order to overcome this slump, I’ve been looking on Pinterest each morning for some inspiration, but that was just the temporary solution.
This weekend, I did my Semi-Annual Closet overhaul. I took out anything super summery that I won’t wear until next year (here’s looking at you, neon pink) and replaced those items with my fall/winter clothes. I enjoy this overhaul way too much, because I love the rediscovery of clothes and perfectly organized shelves. It’s something we should all do at the beginning of the season, because it’s easy to forget about certain items and re-buy them without realizing. Yes, I did that the other day (and returned).
One of the first fall-like items I put on this year was a burgundy cardigan, since my love for burgundy is just as strong as ever. I wore a similar outfit last winter, so this is my fall version of the look. And yes, if you read this post, you will notice it’s the same cardigan, but in a different colour. I love my basics!
What I’m Wearing:
Dress – Old Navy (Similar)
Bag – Roots (Same)
Have you switched over to your fall wardrobe yet?