As summer draws to a close, sales racks are filled with opportunities for you to fill out your fall wardrobe.
Many fashions we've seen throughout the year still stand strong, so summer clearance time is the perfect opportunity to grab some glam for your fall wardrobe without laying out a ton of cash.
Not only is a pop of color good for summer fun, but a little neon can add some zing to the neutral tones of fall.
Brighten your fall look with an electric infusion of neon bangles, baubles and bags.
Spring runways and clothing racks ushered in a rainbow of soft pastels and vibrant hues sprinkled across fabric in the form of classic polka-dots.
Salvage those springy shirts from the sales rack by pairing with a warm pullover or dark cardigan. Add jeans and boots for casual attire, or colorful tights and sassy pumps for some fun fall work wear.
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Don't leave those gauzy sundresses on the sale rack just because fall and winter are on the horizon. Layered with soft, loose knit sweaters, jeans and boots, these flowery frocks brighten up any drab autumn day.
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