Yes, fall is here. That means our wardrobes will soon be changing from flip flops and tank tops to boots and sweaters. Believe it or not, it’s not too soon to start thinking about what to wear next Spring and Summer. Actually, now is the perfect time to be thinking ahead. What do you think all of those fashion designers do? The best way to stay in touch with the latest trends is to plan your wardrobe for upcoming seasons. Shopping ahead of the season is also a great way to save money. I don’t know about you, but I love a good end of summer sale! While you may not be wearing the most current designs, keeping up with fashion reports will help you stay on trend. When you plan your wardrobe for upcoming seasons, it even helps with purging your closet. You’ll be able to decide what you can keep based on what will be in style for the seasons ahead!
It should come as no surprise to my regular readers that I’m a HUGE fan of a good sale. As a matter of fact, I make it standard practice to ALWAYS visit the “Clearance” section first when I go a store. This is something I do even when I shop online. As a matter of fact, the Navy Romper by J.O.A that I’m wearing today was originally $85 at Urban Outfitters. How much did pay for it? Only $29.99. Not only will I be taking this adorable romper with me to Cape Town when I go, but I’ll also be wearing it next Spring/Summer.
Here’s my look:
*Photos taken by Richard Glass
Getting in on end of season sales is just one of the great ways you can plan your wardrobe for upcoming seasons.
What are some of your ways to plan your wardrobe for upcoming seasons?
Until next time…