4 Ways to Wear your summer pieces longer

Summer’s coming to a close, but I’m not ready to pack away my summer wardrobe just yet. Today we’re partnering with Riders by Lee to talk about ways to keep those summer pieces in full rotation through the fall. Here are four ideas…

Band and graphic tees have quickly replaced my plain white tee this summer, but I’m hoping not to pack them away too soon. I’m loving them with some boyfriend jeans like the Riders by Lee Modern Midrise Boyfriend jeans here, a fall trench and black round glasses. Happy to see that Riders by Lee is making jeans designed for every woman’s body (instead of just junior sizes) and a price tag we can get on board with (under $30!). Easy way to refresh your wardrobe for fall.

Riders by Lee Modern Midrise Boyfriend jeans/graphic tee/similar trench/sunglasses/similar vintage sneakers/beanie

We’ve been loving straw bags and short sleeve button downs this summer, and luckily they’re both easy to transition into fall. Tie a sweater around your waist (and throw it over your button down if it gets chilly), trade your jean shorts for boyfriend jeans and keep that straw bag going strong. Hoping I can get some more use of it through October for apple picking.

Riders by Lee midrise boyfriend jeans/button down shirt/sweater/straw bag/hat/sunglasses/black loafers

I never wear those summer dresses as much as I mean to, but here’s an idea to keep them from being packed away too soon: wear them over skinny jeans like these Riders by Lee Modern Midrise Skinny jeans , grab a jean jacket and wear them all the way through fall!

Riders by Lee Modern Midrise Skinny jeans/summer dress/leather slides/jean jacket/similar straw hat/earrings

Mockneck sweater tanks tanks are one of those perfect pieces for fall transition. Pair them with some skinny jeans, fall flats, a top knot and a trench for perfect fall outfit.

Riders by Lee Modern Midrise Skinny jeans/black mockneck sweater tank/suede flats/similar trench/sunglasses

Thanks to Riders by Lee for sponsoring this post. Thanks to Gaby for modeling! 


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