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Bloom this Fall

Some rules are made to be broken, especially in fashion. With florals, for instance, you don’t have to start wearing them when the first bud blooms. Despite spring fashion being dominated by florals and pastels, those elements aren’t exclusive to spring. In fact, we’d like to argue that if your goal is to stand out from the crowd, floral patterns and/or light colors should be your MO during fall. However, there’s a different way of wearing floral in the fall vs. spring. Here’s how you do it this fall:


Dresses and floral sounds like a very June outfit. But by layering a feminine floral dress with a masculine shirt and a chunky knit, you’ll be cozy, warm and walk with a spring in your step.


Instead of doubling down on spring elements during fall, pick one. Go with either a floral pattern or a light color. A dark blue shirt with floral pattern is an easy way to incorporate spring to your wardrobe.

Ellis Blue Flower Top

Ellis Blue Flower Top

Emily Poplin Shirt, Blue Flower Print

Emily Poplin Shirt, Blue Flower Print


If you’re looking for a hero piece this fall, then look no farther. The Sandra Embroidered Sweater will liven up any outfit and, honestly, brighten any day. This wool sweater is treated to better reflect light, to be softer than most chunky sweaters and to shine more. The floral embroidery is the cherry on this fluffy pullover that adds color to a gloomy fall day.

Blossom all fall

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