How to dress according to season

Planet Earth is pretty magical, and every few months or so we get to see a huge change in the world. As one season ends and another begins, the weather changes, our towns, and cities look completely different, and we get to switch up our outfits accordingly. Yes, it’s always important to switch up your wardrobe with each season for your own comfortability, but this is also important in terms of your personal style and fashion knowledge. After all, you want to be on top of the changing trends, right? Well, these trends normally change as the seasons do.


The winter months are perhaps the harshest months in the calendar because the weather changes drastically. The days are short and dark, and they are also extremely cold. This means that you have to be prepared for the cold temperatures. This is the month of layers and thick materials, to keep you as warm as possible. If you don’t quite know where to start, it’s always best to invest in a coat or two. Choose one that will go with everything, and choose another that will show off your style and add a bit of pizazz to your outfit. Then, fill your closet with sweaters, cardigans, jeans, tights, boots, hats, and scarves.


As the season begins to change and winter turns to spring, it’s a chance to ditch some of your layers, without exposing too much skin to the crisp skin air. These are the months where a light jacket or blazer will become your best friend, as the mornings can be cold, but the afternoons can be sunny and sometimes warm. Because of this, it’s still a good idea to work with at least one or two layers. This means that you can take them off or put them on at your will.


Summer is perhaps one of the most exciting months because you really get to experiment with your outfits and show off your style even more. That’s because you don’t have to wear any layers when the weather is hot, which means you have just one singular outfit to plan. For this season, stock up on jean shorts, dresses, skirts, and tops that have thick or thin spaghetti straps. The days can sometimes get unbearably hot, which means it’s best to choose light and loose fitting fabric that will give you the breathability you need to stay a cool as you possibly can.


Fall marks the end of summer, which means it is time to pack away your shorts and spaghetti straps and get your layers back out. Once again, this is the time of a light jacket and a few more layers than you’re used to in summer months. Fall is recognized by the falling of the leaves and shorter days, which means you should also change your color scheme. Burnt oranges, browns, greens, and other neutral tones are perfect for this season.

With the changing seasons comes a changing closet, so it’s time to really think about how you dress according to each season.