We’ve all been there. You get the unexpected text to meet tonight for dinner after work or school, and of course, you’ve forgotten to do your laundry. You frantically tear your closet apart to find that all of your “going out clothes” are in a dismal pile on the floor. Luckily, you did manage to put on a decent outfit today, but it isn’t quite enough to head out for a night on the town; or so you thought. There are so many different ways to style looks from day to night, all of which require minimal effort and expense.
Easy Fall Transition Pieces
One of the easiest and most versatile transition pieces is a sweater. Dressy enough for work and comfy enough to practically live in, sweaters are typically a staple in nearly everyone’s wardrobe. Chunky, cashmere, printed or plain, sweaters can always be dressed up for the occasion. Some go-to ideas for transitioning from day to night include adding a necklace for some bling, throwing on a pair of pumps or flats for a dressy flair, or layering a collared shirt underneath to polish off the look.
Think your button up blouse is too stuffy for a night out? Think again. Button ups can be some of the classiest, sexiest pieces to wear when going out. Add a little extra to your look by pairing your button up with a leather jacket, tucking it into a skirt, or adding an eye-catching statement blazer.
Or, maybe your daytime look typically consists of jeans. If that’s the case, you’re in luck! Jeans are literally the most versatile piece of clothing out there, and dressing them up results in some serious style envy. Dark wash or light wash, if you pair your jeans with the right pieces, it’s a guarantee that you’ll be flooded with compliments. Take these celebrity pins for example: