After months of throwing on sleeveless dresses and raffia sandals, it can be hard to even remember what it’s like to get dressed for colder temperatures. Your first inclination might be to instantly grab a turtleneck or whip out a faux-fur coat. But it’s better to take things slowly, especially since the weather can be unpredictable during this time of the year. Mornings are often chilly, but by the time you head out to grab lunch things could be scorching.

So ease into fall with a few layering tricks that some of the best street style stars have mastered — like pairing a button-front maxi dress with jeans?(see how cool it looks above) or turning your cashmere?sweater into an unexpected?scarf?(pictured below). Find out exactly how to execute our favorite transitional weather outfits?by browsing the?roundup below.

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Layer a?long-sleeve shirt?under those maxi dresses.

Try It: Who What Wear Stripe Dress, $33; target.com. Ten Sixty Sherman Striped Shirt, $27; nordstrom.com.

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Keep the bright colors coming with pastel separates.

Try It: Missguided Mint Green Boyfriend Blazer, $52; missguided.com. H&M Wide Leg Pants, $99; hm.com.

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Find new ways to style a classic blazer.

Try It: Norma Kamali?Kamali?Kulture?Blazer Single Breasted Jacket, $285; shopbop.com. Everlane?Japanese GoWeave Long Slip Dress, $88; everlane.com.

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Revive that slip dress with a crisp blouse.

Try It: J.Crew Curvy Slim Stretch Perfect Shirt, $70; jcrew.com. Cami?NYC The Sandra Dress, $158; shopbop.com.

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When things heat up, tie your sweater around your chest.

Try It:?H&M Knit Sweater, $20; hm.com. Lafayette 148 New York Poplin Blouse, $87; neimanmarcus.com. Alice & Olivia Dylan High Waist Pants, $295; neimanmarcus.com.