Adapting Your Closet For The Upcoming Months

by | Jul 26, 2021 | Fashion

This fall is gonna be all about showing off your clothes that you weren’t able to because of quarantine. This fall is also gonna be about hanging out with friends if you haven’t done so this summer. So, as the first blog post in over 2 months I wanted to tell you what these upcoming months are gonna look like. And to start it off I am going to tell you about how shopping is gonna look in these next few weeks before the end of summer. 

For most, summer sales are a must, with stores like Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Everlane having major sales, everyone is trying to decide if they should stock up on these spring and summer outfits. If you really want to buy clothes for summer, these sales are the prefect thing for you, but if you want clothes for fall, the sales are not going to be very helpful. However, you can look at sales and if you find things like jackets, long sleeve shirts, and long dresses that fit the colors of fall then good for you. But this is rare, so you are most likely not going to be able to do your back to school shopping at the moment. 

But this does not mean that you can’t find great prices on fall clothing. Sales are not the only way to shop, with places like Nordstrom Rack, Brandy Melville, and H&M, maybe sale items aren’t needed. If you need help picking out fall clothing here are a few tips. 

  1. The fall colors this year are:
  • Indigo 
  • Army Green 
  • Clay
  • Red
  • Fuchsia
  • Lilac
  • Hints of Silver

2. Trends

  • Sweater Vests
  • Cutouts
  • Lilac Anything
  • Leopard Print Coats
  • Lime Green Blazers, Skirts, and Dresses
  • Colorful Leather
  • Quilted Textures
  • Acid Wash Denim
  • Sparkly Everything 
  • Printed Tights

3. Ideas

Featured Image by Alisa Anton on Unsplash 

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