Dealing with Bipolar Weather: Summer to Fall Transition

Good morning! How was everyone’s weekend? Personally, I’m exhausted from it because I went out everyday shooting and it felt like 40 degrees with humidity in Toronto. Why isn’t it fall yet? Either way, I’m glad I was able to shoot about 4 outfits for you guys. I ended up having way more summer to fall transitional posts than I expected but hey, the more outfits the better right?

For the crazy bipolar weather, I’ve been coming up with different ways to dress for the day. I leave for work early in the morning so it’s much colder than it is during the day/when I leave work. The following two outfits are ways you can dress for this type of weather!

I love how this outfit is a perfect mix of summer and fall. The mustard yellow trench coat* from SheIn works perfectly for either season. It’s a longline coat that is a thin material so it’s great for that fall breeze. Underneath, I wanted to keep it simple by wearing a very thin ribbed sweater from H&M that you’ve seen countless times on my Instagram and layered it with a corduroy dress from Forever21. I accessorized it with typical fall booties that I borrowed from my sister and topped it off with my *new* cabby hat. Get ready to see this on my blog a lot this autumn season!
Outfit Details
Top – H&M
Dress – Forever21 (similar)
Jacket – SheIn*
Hat – David & Young (via Winners)


One of my favourite tops I got this summer was this backless floral one from Billabong. Since it was one of the pieces I constantly wore, I knew I had to figure out a way to transition it into fall. Instead of matching it with a dark green jacket (which I have when I went to VELD), I decided to pair it with an old waterfall trench coat from ASOS.
Outfit Details
Top – Billabong (via NEON)
Skirt – Zara
Jacket – ASOS
What do you do to deal with those annoying “cold in the morning but dying of heat in the afternoon” days? Let me know in the comments!

Disclaimer: This post was in collaboration with SheIn. Therefore items marked with an asterisk were sent to feature on my blog. All opinions are my own.


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