our style: TRANSITION Taking the Fall … From Haute Couture To Cool Fashion BY MARSHA BROWN PHOTOS BY STEVE SCHILLIO AUGUST 2016 PA R K E R C O U N T Y T O D AY Transitioning effortlessly from sweltering summer to fall in North Texas can be more than a little bit tricky. One day you’re chilled, ordering a pumpkin spiced latte, the next day you’re searching for a snow cone stand. While we Parker County-dwellers don’t see a lot of chilly weather in August or even September, for that matter, we do feel the chill just the same — usually from air conditioning in theaters, churches, schools and especially offices. 20 Parker County’s autumns tend to be perplexing when dressing your mini-divas. No moms want to think of their little ones either shivering or sweltering in their classrooms. Here are a few illustrated tips to help get you through that lovely, yet fashionably confusing time of the year.