7 pieces from Anthropologie that make us ready to fall forward
By Brittany Anas
Summer, you’ve been swell. We’ll miss your lazy days at the pool, late-night jaunts to ice cream shops and backyard barbecues. But,when the new arrivals at Anthropologie started cropping up on their website, we were ready to make the commitment to fall forward.
Here are 7 “so fall” trends that we can’t wait to wear when the temperatures start to dip — all thanks toAnthropologie, where you can get up to 3 percent Cash Back.
Pilcro Avie Denim Jacket, $128. The cool, classic jacket is a fall favorite. Toss it over a summer floral dress — and, boom, you’ve got an instantly updated fall look. Or, for a more casual tomboyish look, pair it over a vintage T-shirt.
Margaux Dress, $228 (pictured). Give the neons and bright summer patterns a rest and get glammed up in a hunter green, lacy dress perfect for fall. (Pair it with some pearls and black tights, and you’ve got a holiday party outfit come winter). We’re loving how designers this year are giving us a lush spectrum of greens.
Chambray popover, $88. It’s like denim’s softer side. It’s totally versatile — and perfect to pair with a patterned skirt or mix with a pair of corduroys.
Klementina Bunny Loungers, $49.50. It may have been too hot this summer for anything beyond a nightgown. But we’re suckers for a soft pair of pajama pants to lounge around in on the weekends. These cutesy lounge pants have a bunny print and can be flipped up and buttoned at the ankle for a fun polka dot contrast.
Posey Patch Cardigan (pictured), $128. Pair it with a T-shirt and distressed jeans or give a pop of autumn to a solid colored shift dress. This darling cardigan with fall flower embellishments will play well with others in your closet.
Deryn Dress, $448. Fall welcomes the return of plaid and we’re swooning over this perfectly tailored fit-and-flare dress from Nanette Lepore.
Dorsey Sweater Jacket, $228. A little rugged, a little chic — this jacket embodies fall. We’re loving the mixed textures and materials on outerwear designers are bringing forward this fall.
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