When Alexander Wang or Tommy Hilfiger or other designers put out their seasonal collections, they're based off of fairly normative interpretations of season: fall, winter, spring, and summer. Summer is warm and sunny, fall is chilly and overcast, winter is cold and dark, and spring is sunny and rainy. However, it's often forgot that many places don't always conform to these seasonal paradigms, read: Calgary.
Justin and I just recently had one of these moments where we went out expecting the typical "fall" backdrop, and ended up dealing with a multitude of weather-related challenges. Thankfully, we came (sort of) prepared, and Justin made it work. Not to mention that it certainly made for a unique and exciting product. Check the photos below for some cues on how to manage your own seasonal spontaneity.