BY HANNAH WEIL MCKINLEY, PopSuger
The switch to Fall weather can creep up overnight. One evening, dining al fresco feels like you’re sitting in a sauna, and the next, you suddenly need another layer — but hold the tights and sweaters. We get it, and we have an easy answer. Since the POPSUGAR at Kohl’s Collection is designed with pieces to live your life in, the first drop is loaded with essentials that make navigating the tricky transitional weather a cinch.
Our go-everywhere varsity cardigan, denim jumpsuit, and tie-waist pants are just a couple of the pieces we plan to rely on as we stylishly make the move from Summer to Fall. Read on for all the essentials and how to style them now and later. Did we mention they’re each under $85?
1. The Tie-Waist Pants
Summer dresses may feel too breezy, but a pair of pants offers more coverage — plus, these stripes will liven up any outfit. Keep the rest simple with a solid-colored tee and fresh sneakers, or sub in polished heels or flats to take the look to the office.
2. The Varsity Bomber
Too breezy to go in just a t-shirt to brunch? Layer up with the varsity bomber. The nostaglic style is all grown-up and looks forever cool either dressed up with a skirt or down with your jeans.
3. The Denim Jumpsuit
We love the versatility of this new essential. Style it with sandals toward the end of Summer, then get it ready for Fall with ankle boots and a turtleneck layered underneath.
4. The Midi Skirt
The midi skirt is a Fall must! It goes with sweaters, tees, and jackets, and it can be worn with bare legs now and tights when things cool down even more. Besides, what’s not to love about this sweet print?
5. The Varsity Cardigan
Ease into sweater-weather season with a cardigan you can wear buttoned-up or draped open over tees, dresses, and tanks.
6. The Army Jacket
The anorak’s a fashion girl staple for good reason. It’s the cool counterpart to sweet day dresses and the perfect layer over a striped tee and jeans. Make it a part of your transitional wardrobe, and watch — you’ll wear it everywhere.
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