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What to wear during the transitional months between seasons/how to segue into fall clothing.
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Katherine Power: Hi everyone and welcome to Who What Wear TV. I am Katherine Power.
Hillary Kerr: And I am Hillary Kerr.
Katherine Power: And today, we are going to talk about transitional dressing and how to look good during that awkward time between seasons, when the weather is warm but all the clothes in the stores are for fall.
Hillary Kerr: We'll figure out what to start wearing now, but first, check out some celebrity photos.
Katherine Power: Up and coming actress, Daveigh Chase, gave us an excellent example of how to transition from summer to fall. Seen here in Hollywood, she wore trendy jean cut-off shorts, a snug cropped blazer and knee-high boots for a spot on seasonal look.
Charlize Theron is also adaptive when it comes to transitional dressing. Here she is wearing a pair of warm-weather strappy sandals and a summer-white Chloe bag with fall-friendly basics, including a vibrant purple scarf.
Luckily this fall, there are a ton of floral prints on the runways. That means you can keep wearing your spring dresses as long as you throw a pair of tights on and a cardigan.
Hillary Kerr: If you are ready to start wearing your darker winter colors, like black and gray, keep things from looking too heavy by sticking with your bright spring accessories.
Katherine Power: With the first look, we are already segueing into fall by wearing these dark jeans and suede shoes.
But to keep it light, we put it with this tank top and this really airy vest.
Hillary Kerr: We also gave her a brightly colored bag because it really works for both seasons and it also helps to break up all the black and white.
Katherine Power: Next, we have got this really cool yellow dress which if it was worn alone will be great for hot weather. But instead we gave her a neutral color turtleneck underneath and some ankle boots, so she can wear it when the weather is cold.
Hillary Kerr: In addition we also added some deep colored accessories just to provide a little bit of contrast to that bright, vibrant yellow dress.
Katherine and I are definitely ready to start wearing our new fall clothes. We hope after this episode, you are too.
Katherine Power: Thanks for watching and check out more celebrity fashion on whowhatwear.com.