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Fall fashion is great, but sometimes you just want to make your favorite summer pieces work year-round instead of buying an entirely new wardrobe. I've showed you how to transition your dresses, shorts, and midi skirts for fall. What's left of your summer wardrobe? Your favorite camisole tops! I know this one's important to keep wearing through the fall because I just bought a new one and want to make it work.
I know you have that favorite silky and strappy top, so here's how to wear it for fall!
The basic style: cami + open jacket + skinny jeans + heels.
This should be your going-out look through the fall. You know that once you get into a hot and crowded bar, you're jacket will come off and you'll want a slinky and sexy top to show some skin. Skinny jeans and a good jacket like a leather moto will keep you warm, and heels make the look that much more special.
Your work to drinks style: blazer + trousers + cami + heeled booties.
This look is conservative enough when you keep your blazer on, adding the fun print of your cami to spice up your suit. Wear heeled booties that keep your feet warm in style, and add some dainty necklaces. As soon as you leave the office at go to the restaurant or bar, shrug off your blazer and you're look becomes nighttime-appropriate. If you won't be warm enough, layer an open cardigan under your blazer.
The September casual style: boyfriend jeans + cami + sneakers + a loose sweater.
This is an easy but chic weekend look to rock through the fall, adding a warmer sweater when it gets too cold. A semi-sheer cami layered over a bralette sexes up the look a bit, but the loose jeans and sneakers (think simple converse, supergas, or skater flats) take it to a casual-cute place.
Let the lace of a cami peek out from a v-neck sweater.
Whether you're pairing a chunky sweater with a maxi skirt like she does above, or just with simple jeans, letting the lace of a camisole peek out from the neckline of your sweater adds a delicate sexiness to an otherwise cozy look. Try tucking the front of of your sweater into a delicate skirt to complement the sweetness of the cami.