#TGIF: Labor Day Weekend Style Report
TGIF, beauties! Who’s excited for an extra day off? Labor Day usually means shopping, sales, and September’s first signs of the fall season. This Friday, we’ve got four style trends spotted for you to keep in mind as you gear up for the long weekend and hit the shops to start planning for fall. Read on to see what styles the celebs are digging and the latest in fall fashion news.
Check out Kristin Cavallari sporting this comfy and chic look! Seems like she’s already prepared for the cooler weather that’s coming our way, outfitted in a knitted sweater and black pants, which she paired with nude thigh-high boots from her Kristin Cavallari by Chinese Laundry collection. These suede Cassie boots come in three other colors, which you can get at Chinese Laundry for $299.00.
Meanwhile, we spotted Nikki Reed wearing the Seventeen Fashion Collection from Sears while she got some fresh air during a walk around her LA neighborhood with her pup. How effortless does the layering with the cropped jacket look, paired with her black skinny jeans and ankle booties? This look just screams hello, fall and you’ll love how wallet-friendly each piece of it is.
We really are starting to feen for fall after taking a look through NIC+ZOE‘s newest arrivals. Supermodel Angela Lindvall stars in the Fall/Winter 2014 campaign, showing off the brand’s sweet spot for knitwear and playful combinations of textures and color. Case in point: how lovely/cozy/functional (it’s reversible!) is this Jazz Age Jacket? ($188.00, available for pre-order)
And in a twist of fate, we’re actually going to talk about Abercrombie & Fitch — as the brand continues to make changes, we think it’s going to be for the better. Like this collaboration with K-Way: launching today, the K-Way with Abercrombie & Fitch collection features K-Way’s signature weatherproof, packable, and nylon constructed jackets, tailored to the color palettes and patterns A&F has specially designed for fall. The collection is available online and in global flagship stores starting today with prices ranging from $54 – $250.