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While we’re out here sweating in late summer, we’re already counting down the days until fall fashion. Bring on the sweaters, shackets and scarves! But since it’s not quite sweater weather yet, we have to ease into the new season with transitional styles that won’t make Us sweat.
We’re currently obsessed with patterned pieces that feel boho-chic, just like what you’d find at Zara! Below are 21 summer-to-fall prints that look luxe but won’t break the bank.
Miduo Geometric Boho Maxi Dress
Featuring a geometric pattern, this relaxed-fit short-sleeve maxi dress is flowy and flattering. One customer called this chic frock “boho perfection.”
Anthropologie Paisley Peasant Blouse
This boho-style peasant blouse is perfect for late summer and early fall! One reviewer raved, “This shirt is a favorite- the color combinations are beautiful as are the sleeves and details on the front. I have worn it twice and have received loads of compliments.”
Maeve Silky Floral Parachute Pants
Silky and lightweight for summer with a dark-toned floral pattern for fall, these parachute pants are trendy in transitional weather. Take these comfy pants from a work meeting to a weekend party!
Anthropologie Beaded Plaid Handbag
Considering designer brands are selling beaded bags for hundreds of dollars, this plaid purse is such a steal! Spice up your handbag collection with this gorgeous gem from Anthropologie.
Steve Madden Tweed Loafer Mules
These plaid Steve Madden mules are so posh! The loafer look is trending for fall, so stay in style with these tweed slip-ons.
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