Gone are the days spent at the pool in a swimsuit.

 

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As the summer temperature drops and the leaves begin to change in color, it’s time to start thinking about what clothes you will want to bust out for those Friday night football games and post-summer parties.

 

Here are a few tips on how to dress accordingly for the autumn season:

 

1.   Dress in Light Layers

 

Dressing in light layers allows you to easily adapt to the changes in weather—those cold mornings and warmer afternoons.  Throw on a long sleeve thermal, pullover hoody, or a sweatshirt while varying in layers of fabric tops, loose tee shirts or knits to show your sense of fashion.

 

2.   Same Goes for the Children

 

Dress up the children with hooded long sleeves and thermals, and deck them out with some comfortable toddler pants.  If they are comfortable, congratulations, because that is less work for you!

 

3.   Colors that Match the Season

 

Orange pumpkins and black cats may be creeping around the corner, but deep oranges, rusts, golds, browns, creams, and black are great colors to match with the seasonal change.  Let nature guide your attire and match the season!

 

4.   When in Doubt, Choose Plaid

 

Talk about mixing and matching colors!  Plaid long-sleeve shirts are huge in the fall.  The varying colors allow you to combine many different cooler or warmer colors.

 

5.   Cover Those Legs

 

Ditch the summer shorts and grab hold of some of your favorite jeans you haven’t seen in a while.  Ladies, maybe it is not a jean’s day and dressing in pantyhose, leg warmers or high socks sound like a better, more playful plan.  Royal Apparel’s Spandex Jersey Yoga Pants and Leggings will surely keep you feeling comfortable all day long.  Mix and match colors our legging options with your skirts and dresses that make your outfit pop, while keeping your legs nice and warm.

 

Dress for the season with Royal Apparel.