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4 Tips for Transitioning from Summer to Fall

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4 Tips for Transitioning from Summer to Fall

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We know summer just got started in Vancouver but the Back to School ads on TV and our new arrivals have us thinking about our fall wardrobe. So we thought about what you can do to easily move your look from summer to fall without looking out of season or sweating through your jacket. Right now we have great pieces for summer and fall at great discounts. Pop in and get something perfect for now or to pick up some bargains on fall clothes for the season ahead.

 

1. Swap Out Your Shoes

Unless you're wearing flip-flops everywhere you go (we hope not, when you have us to show you a more refined option or two) there won't be much of a comfort transition in your footwear.
  • Spring and summer are associated with sandals, canvas sneakers, and boat shoes, whereas autumn and winter are associated with boots,  dark dress shoes or Uggs (just kidding about the Uggs).Wearing work boots, heavier dress shoes, and desert boots gives a nod to the upcoming season without adding extra sweat to your feet.
  • You can also prepare by just adding socks to your summer shoes. Of course, that's assuming you've gotten on board with the polarizing sockless trend. You can keep wearing your boat shoes and loafers well into fall by simply throwing socks on with them. WARNING - if you plan to wear socks with summer shoes, it's only appropriate to do so with pants.
2. Wear Warm Colors

Thankfully, autumn is one of the easiest palettes to both recognize and work with. Just think of earth tones and colors like browns, olives, burgundies, oranges, and golds. Finding clothes that wear well in warm weather but have autumn colors will allow you to adapt to the season without having to adjust your wardrobe's comfort level.
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