In case you somehow hadn’t heard, New York Fashion Week was cold mind-numbingly freezing. And still, it was painful to see how many street style hopefuls sported open-toed heels and sandals solely in the name of fashion. (Seriously, is a photograph worth frostbite? We think not). On the other hand, though, a majority of show-goers took a more (surprisingly) practical route — and we’re not talking about snow boots or wellies. But we do consider the selection of block heels, ankle booties, and fun sneakers a step ahead in the right direction — and the sock/stiletto combinations aren’t too far behind, either.
In the same way that our work and evening wardrobes are becoming less divided (because who has the time to change outfits before heading out from the office?), clothes that can be reworked from season to season are also becoming increasingly popular. We’re not denying that some things are seasonal, like say, a faux fur coat or a pair of over-the-knee boots, but a large portion of our wardrobe has the potential to bridge the divides. You just need to know how to rework it. Here are 3 wardrobe hacks that will allow you to keep wearing your summer clothes in autumn. Counterbalance short