Printed Pants for Pre-Fall

We’ve talked before about the printed trend arriving this Fall:
Everyone from Prada to Kenzo is doing head-to-toe prints in a suit-like aesthetic.

For some this may be a bit overwhelming;
so instead of diving into an all-over print, try the trend first with a pair of printed pants.
We’ve seen this before with Lilly Pulitzer and her loud prints,
so take a hint and transform it from Summer style
to something suitable for Autumn weather.

(Jeffrey Campbell flats $36, Saola Designs earrings $64, Lauren by Ralph Lauren sweater $32, Lilly Pulitzer pants $46)

 

 

 

 

When you have a bold print on bottom you should choose the least dominate color in the design to go on top: we picked this vibrant orange sweater to compliment the Lilly Pulitzer floral. The key to wearing an ensemble with bright colors and a large print is to not over-accessorize, less is more! Simple flats and subtle earrings are all one needs to complete this look.

(Por La Victorie sandals size 7.5 $75, necklace $32, earrings $16, Ann Taylor Loft shirt $8, J. Crew jacket size 6 $82 NEW, Alvin Valley pants $56)

 

 

 

 

Remember those nautical-inspired pants you wore all summer? Add a chic navy jacket to the mix and the outfit is ready to transition into Fall.

 

 

 

(Sandals $16, Erin Brown Designs earrings $22, Malandrino sweater size medium $148 NEW, Eric New York pants $16)

 

 

 

 

 

A favorite color combo of ours has alwasys been pink and deep blue. These pink pants have a small all-over print, giving the appearance of solid color from afar and a surprise of print when you get closer; paired with a slouchy sweater, this outfit is comfortable, stylish, and great for any day-to-day activiities.

(Donald J. Pliner flats size 8 $114 NEW, earrings $10, Philosophy di Albert top size 6 $188 NEW, Theory jacket $92, Liz & Co pants $12)

 

 

 

 

One of our favorite ways to transition your Summer wardrobe is by introducing rich Autumn hues, like chocolate brown and golden yellow. Lightweight pieces in linen and cotton keep you from getting to warm but the textures in each are very fitting for Pre-Fall trends. You can create a similar look by incorporating burgundy, midnight blue, pumpkin orange, or brick red.

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