Be back to school cool with the latest trends for fall. Keep an eye out to see them filter in to BAB!
Try head to toe blues. It's an easy way to ease you in since you already have a pair of BLUE jeans!
BOLD ANIMAL PRINT
This could be your season to try getting down with your animal print self! Pair with neutrals like a simple T & jeans.
Select an embroidered piece that speaks to you. If you want to go easy on this one, try adding patches to your jackets or sweet blue. Duluth Pack items from blue arrow.
Bringing back the thicker black & whites & fun color swatch stripes.
Every season is the season for color!...even this Winter!
Our personal favorites for the season: Cobalt Blue, Navy Blue, & Turquoise. In addition, we are seeing Silver, all hues of Pink, Lipstick Red, Yellow, Also orange, and Khaki (this includes Olive, Beige, & Military patterns).
Boho/Femme/Whimsical. Basically, ALL the overalls!
DAYTIME SEQUINS & SUBTLE METALLICS
If you aren't ready to commit to a sequin skirt, pants, or jacket, try adding a bold statement piece of jewelry in your favorite metal color.
Think about a sporty fabric or athletic print on a skirt. Or, a sporty jacket over a dress.
Basically do the same as we stated above. Throw on ALL your florals!
Try pairing your summer peplum under a T or tied front button up. So chic!
Any button up over a T or cute top from the Summer is a great transition into Fall.
Pair a checkerboard or gingham with anything! This is the season to let loose & just try it! If you aren't brave enough to mix it up on your own, try a top that has already done the mixing for you.
MISMATCHED, PATCHWORK & EMBROIDERED DENIM
Throw on ALL your denim at the same time & you can't go wrong.
Go classic to whimsy or bold. Whatever you do, please try a polka dot print something this season!
OLD SCHOOL PREP
Yep, we are still Mad for Plaid. We live in the Twin Ports, does this ever really go out of style here?!
Easy to pull of the high-waist trend in a pair of these! Try a skirt for a femme look.
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