I was thinking the other day, of how my style seems to shift from one aesthetic to another in different seasons, and I was wondering if this is the same for you? What I love and wear takes a fairly dramatic shift, and what I turn to swings widely from one side (boho) to the other (more edgy and monochromatic.)
In the Summer I love boho anything. Flower crowns, flowing pieces, kimonos and mixed prints and easy fabrics. Turquoise jewelry, silver pendants, hair and skin that is (faux) kissed by the sun. I rarely wear pants unless they are wide and unrestricting, simple sandals and hair turbans are my best accessories, and cutoff shorts are my solution to all of life's problems. That, and maxi dresses! I rarely wear black or gray in the Summer, but turn more to pretty florals, all white looks, or graphic prints.
In the Fall/Winter I love an all neutral palette. All black or all gray looks are my go to, as are ankle boots and simple beanie hats. I dislike any adornments and extras, and love the simpler aspect of dressing. A great sweater, the perfect skinny jeans, my favorite buckled boots. I become more of a minimalist when the weather turns. Layering textures becomes my new pattern mixing. Faux fur and denim and leather. A bright lip and simpler hair. More layers means less fuss with accessories, often I wear nothing more than my wedding rings and a pair of stud earrings. This Fall I'm obsessed with my new moto jacket, and faux leather leggings. I want a tougher, grittier look than I've been wearing the past few months. Red lips, a great hat, and unexpected jewelry.
Tell me, does your style change from season to season, or are you more consistent?