What to Wear as The Weather Changes
Freshen up your wardrobe with this season's must-haves.
Losing light, colder temperatures and a color change marks the entrance into Fall and signifies it’s time to change up your wardrobe. Unpacking last year’s wardrobe can feel a little uninspiring after wearing the same turtleneck for the dozenth time. Adding a new piece into your mix can make getting dressed more exciting, and more inspiring. We're taking it back to the basics with a trend forward twist.
The key to fall is layers. These NSF must-haves are just what you need for a closet revamp.
Lainey cardigan, Midori pant
Swap out your dress for a jumpsuit.
This one and done NSF Paige jumpsuit is more versatile than you may think. When a cold front comes through, add a turtleneck underneath. Another option? Wear it as pants: style a tee underneath with the front unzipped and wrap the sleeves around your waist.
The trend piece: Our Obsidian Tie Dye
Tie dye for fall? This trend has no limits. A tried and true NSF staple that was spotted on the fall runway.
A reinforcement that tie-dye in darker tones will take your look into the new season. We're obsessing over this obsidian tie dye.
Lisse hoodie, Sayde sweatpant
A classic plaid staple.
Plaid is never going out of style, so this year change how you wear it. Try a plaid on plaid ensemble or wear the bottom buttons undone for a laidback look (don’t forget to button the top button for full effect). Styled like a true cool girl.
All about that base: talking cashmere.
It's all about the base layers. Instead of layering endlessly, put your attention on the core of your outfit. A cashmere sweater is simple yet effective. Stay warm without the bulk in the Saba sweater.
Elevate your cold-weather game with a puffer.
The puffer coat has quickly taken its place as a must-have in many women's closets. We love the bold pop of the NSF Ollie Puffer in gold. It's a color that looks good on everyone and can act as a neutral. Opt for a size or two up for an oversized, elevated street style feel.