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Sweater weather is right around the corner.

Dressing for Florida weather is tricky in the fall. Early in the morning, the weather is cool and crisp, but as soon as lunch time comes around, the temperature starts rising and it feels like summer all over again.

Because of this, layering is key. Not only does layering add depth to your outfit, but it allows you to cool off and warm up as you please.

Below, I have put together six different looks that make transitioning into fall a breeze!

Long Knit Cardigan
A long knit cardigan over a pair of high-waisted shorts gives off a boho vibe that’s comfortable and effortless. Pair it with a crop top and some booties. If the weather is chillier than normal, a pair of tights underneath will look just as great.

Jean Jacket
Jean jackets are making a comeback. They can add so much to such a simple outfit. Try wearing one with a plain tee and a printed scarf for a comfy fall look. Black jeans and — dare I say it — leggings, work as great bottoms for this outfit.

Vest
Vests are so versatile. They can be worn over thin shirts, thick sweaters and even dresses. Try a puffer vest over a striped tee for a nautical look. Pair it with some riding boots, and you’ve got two outfits in one.

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