Fashion Fix – Back to school outfits from Old Navy & GAP
One of the best things about re-entering the school world in September are the shopping sprees (and the eduation, of course)! To some of us it may just be another September but that doesn’t mean you can’t revamp your look a bit to enter the Fall in style. Thanks to the lovely folks at Old Navy and GAP, they’ve made “go to” outfits as easy as 1, 2, 3. If you’re looking for some transition items into the Fall, we got you covered…
We all love milkin’ our summer clothes (wearing it way past their alloted season time frame) and this is the perfect way to stretch it out just a wee bit more. Instead of putting away your maxi dresses, try pairing it with a camo jacket. A lil bit feminine, a lil bit masculine, perfect blend of both. And of course we all know the sweater and jean combo if fail proof, but look at those wedge shoes, super cute!
Tres chic, polka dots on polka dots! Mixing prints is okay, switch it up by wearing them in different colors.
Every woman should have a cropped leather jacket, and Gap’s Fall one definitely does the trick (would look great worn with the red/white maxi from Old Navy too!). And of course, the must have of the upcoming season, printed trousers. These Gap trousers have a great subtle print to let you stand out in a good way.
Whoever invented boyfriend jeans needs a firm pat on the back and a gold star! Another item that we can transition into the Fall, worn with some comfy wedges to get you easily from class to class. And for those chillier Fall nights, a timeless trench is all you need. Makes night classes that much more fashionable.
And now for some man candy:
Must haves: comfy pull over / trench / transitional jacket / knitted sweater. To the men of Vancouver, thank me later
It’s not like we want summer to end but with Fall looks this awesome, it’ll be hard not to enter it in style. Old Navy and GAP’s Fall collections are in store soon so be sure to check them out, happy shopping!
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