Dressing for this time of transition between seasons is a lifelong struggle for both fashion lovers and tolerant. Temperatures are dropping or rising at an unpredictable rate, the appropriate color scheme is confusing, and you start to get fed up with the clothes you’ve worn throughout the season. If you’re looking for a one-stop-shop for effortless pieces that you can layer easily throughout the day, we suggest none other than our favorite California brand, Jenni Kayne. The brand’s entire collection features a palette of neutral and navy tones, making it easy to dress evenly – and there are so many pieces to suit late summer style moments and the entirety of the season. fall.
If you’re not sure where to start with your base layer, look no further. All of these tops look great on their own, with a sweater draped over your shoulders, or layered under a cardigan – and it’s also physically impossible for them to ever go out of style. Jenni Kayne’s Basic Cotton Tee is the boxy fit you’ve been looking for when searching for the perfect tee, and this one is sure to stay in your rotation well beyond the pre-fall transition.
Did you leave the house sweaty and now you are shaking, or maybe vice versa? Enter: a dreamy blazer and two perfect cardigans of varying weight. The Boy Blazer is a dream when layered over the Cotton Basic Tee, and it comes in the perfect shade of khaki that some brands surprisingly struggle to nail. The Cashmere Cocoon Cardigan is a bestseller for a reason (the reason is you’re going to look incredibly high), and the Linen Boyfriend Cardigan is super versatile as a layered or standalone piece. Outer layer, sorted!
I highly recommend you take a look at Jenni Kayne’s full collection of knitwear, as it’s almost impossible to narrow down our favorites to just a few. Jenni Kayne’s sweaters are all created with quality in mind so they can be worn season after season, and who doesn’t want to curl up in a piece called the Cocoon Sweater?
These are the perfect dresses for times when style and comfort are essential. Our favorite Kate dress is back in a sweater version that’s perfect for the change of seasons, and I can’t even decide which color I need the most. We all know leopard is a neutral, and the brand’s best-selling slip dress pairs perfectly with this ivory cardigan. To complete your transitional basics, how could you go wrong with a navy linen t-shirt dress? It is a must.
I already know that I will be living in the Shearling Moc Clog this fall, and with its cork sole that molds to your feet and an intentional design like a slipper-feel shoe that can be worn anywhere, I see no reason why I wouldn’t (unless it was to change into a sheepskin lined crossover sandal , sure). For those times when you need to put the sheepskin away, there’s the heeled version of Jenni Kayne’s signature mule. If the past few years have taught us anything, it’s that we never have to wear anything higher than a kitten heel again if we don’t want to, and you could easily get away with it. wearing only a rotation of the above throughout early fall.