Fall is in the air here in upstate NY..I know it's cooling off for others too, while in some areas summer weather is still in full swing.
Whenever it happens for you, the switch to warm clothing is an excellent time to dig through your wardrobe and weed out that which isn't really working for you.
Do you ever notice that your taste in clothing can change subtly over time, as you make changes yourself? I do. I have some skirts that I wore regularly each summer for the past 5 or so years, and this year I just didn't want to put them on. So it's time to box them up and pass them along to someone who will make good use of them. They still have plenty of life left in them, they're just not for me anymore.
Before you pack things away until spring, consider those which got little or no wear this summer, and why? Are they uncomfortable (too tight, too loose?)? Don't feel right anymore? Maybe never did? Or remind you of an unhappy time (especially important to let these things go). Then let them go and make space for new things to come in. Your local resale shop will be happy to receive them, and this is also a great place to replenish your wardrobe, saving resources both natural and financial.
Everything carries energy, clothing included. The things you wear should make you feel good, and reflect who you are now. Don't be held back by clothing that makes you feel like you used to be, rather than who you are today. You might be surprised by the changes that occur when your clothing is really right for you.