Wear Now AND Later: Styles to Take You Into Fall

We’re approaching the special point in the season where fall days are on the horizon, but the summer sun is going strong. We’re itching for a taste of that autumnal style, so we’ve started looking at ways to transition our closet with the new season. We’ve chosen two GB summer favorites to show off how to bring them with you as you flip the calendar. Read on to get a sneak peak of inspiration what’s to come. Wear these styles now AND later!

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Wear now: This vibrant favorite of ours screams “summer” in this hot pink. To play into the sunny vibes while keeping the look elevated, add nude open-toed sandal and a matching clutch. The touches of rose gold play off the lively pink for a look that both feminine and modern. And don’t forget those shades!

Wear later: Ah, Fall’s the time to dust off your winning blazer collection. No need to reach straight for the black though – try a rich navy, which gives some warmth to the peppy pink. We’re also not totally ready to go closed-toe, so you might try a nude peep-toe for the in-between season.

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Wear now:  We love a polished tank for the summer. It’s a breezy option that’s still professional. With this striped top, we might throw on a pair of white denim, or even a light colored jean (blush pants, anyone?). A navy hat and sunglasses complete the look for any sun-friendly day.

Wear later: We love a warm mustard color for the start of fall – it speaks to the new season, but doesn’t ignore summer either! Adding a big pop of this color to any neutral palette will get the autumn vibes going. If you’re a suit person, this is the perfect way to break back out your navy pantsuit (or skirt!), looking professional with a pop of personality.

What pieces are you most looking forward to for fall? Comment below to let us know what’s in your autumn dream closet.

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