I’m sorry to make you depressed with talk of fall already, but honestly it will be here before we know it. (Insert the balling eyes out emoji). But just because we’re shifting gears from hot to cool, doesn’t mean we have to start packing up all our summer gear already.
There are definitely some summer accessories we can keep rocking even as we switch out of our flip flops and into our booties. Here are five accessories that transition perfectly from summer to fall.
An oversized bag
Why can’t your beach bag double as your work bag too? Instead of opting for a more serious fall purse, keep things bright and fun to help with the depression that inevitably comes when you get out of work and it’s still dark outside. Carmen Sol’s jelly bags are made in Italy and non-toxic. They come in an array of colors and sizes to mix and match with your wardrobe. The large tote easily fits a laptop along with any other items you’ll need to carry around. Carmen Sol Angelica Jelly Large Tote with Charm, Carmen Sol, $165.00.
Sunglasses are one of the best accessories you can add to any outfit – except if it’s dark, and you’re in a club, don’t be that person. The temps might get cooler, but the sun will still be shining so you might as well keep your spec game on point. These sunnies come in three different choices so you can pick the right look for you. High Tea Sunglasses, Quay Australia, $55.00
You know that cute sarong you bought at the beach? Instead of forgetting about it till next summer, now’s the time to get super creative – use it as a scarf. Hopefully it’s a bright print that will bring a smile to your face every time you wear it. Seaspray Wrap, Lilly Pulitzer, $98.00.
One of the hat trends I’ve been obsessed with this summer is the boat hat and I hope it doesn’t go away soon as we stuff our bathing suits deep in the back of a drawer. Paired with some moto jeans and a long button down shirt this can still make an outfit look super chic. Garden Grove Straw Boater, Free People, $58.00
I love fall colors and am the first to rock burgundy or even black on my mani, but bright vibrant nails are sure to pop in the sea of darker hues we see in the fall. Mix up your usual mani order for a color that’s sure to stand out. After trying Dr. Dana’s 9-free polishes, I can guarantee you they’ll last and the pigment won’t disappoint. Kelly Nail Color, Dr. Dana, $18.00