I know it's only July, but believe it or not, back-to-school fashions are already beginning to hit stores. So it's time to start thinking about your fall wardrobe.
On one hand, you could wait until the last minute and buy all of your fall items at once, OR you could use my preferred method and buy some new pieces now that you can wear through summer and into the fall.
Today, we've teamed up with Hollister to show you 8 fall-perfect pieces you can wear from summer days into fall nights. Why wait to buy your new clothes? Shop now and you'll get many more months of enjoyment out of them.
8 Summer-to-Fall Must-Haves
Above are eight pieces that you can wear now and in the fall. An off-the-shoulder dress is an ideal summer basic, but just add a jacket and wear it to fall parties. And you can rock this checkered shirt with distressed denim shorts now and skinnies and flats in September. If you need a new jacket, look no further than this boho-cool fringe moto jacket - I love it with everything from floral dresses and sandals to jeans and boots. Same goes for this blanket cardigan: a boho piece like this is perfect for summer beach fires and cozy fall days at the coffee shop.
For bottoms, I found two awesome pairs of jeans. I don't subscribe to the no white jeans after Labor Day rule and you shouldn't either! I'd happily wear these distressed white jeans into October. And need I even explain why boyfriend jeans are perfect for all seasons? For a feminine flair, this striped jacquard mini skirt looks great with a lace crop top in summer or with a jacket and graphic tee in fall. Finally, how cute are these mesh panel leggings? They're perfect for workouts or just wearing around campus for an athleisure vibe.
Are you going to start your fall shopping early?
If so, let me know what's on your summer-to-fall wishlist. I'll be picking up some of these Hollister pieces myself (that skirt and those leggings are calling my name!); definitely let me know if you score any in the comments.
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