Our first socially-distanced summer has come to an end, and the season feels like it’s come and gone faster than ever before. But this weekend represents that last chance to enjoy your favorite warm-weather activities, and snag the items you’ve been eyeing all summer through the Labor Day clothing sales. To celebrate the season’s unofficial end, you break out one last new swimsuit for the weekend and a straw hat to top it off—sun protection never goes out of style, afterall. But for those with fall on their minds as well look for a croc-embossed accessory.
Close out the season and kick off fall simultaneously with transitional pieces, such as a citrusy-sweet shoulder bag, one of Pre-Fall’s most predominant color trends. A lacey cami looks lovely now with a pair of shorts or linen trousers, but you won’t need to stash it in the back of your closet once Labor Day is done. Adding a long sleeve sweater or work shirt layered underneath would instantly extend its wearability to all year round. In the mood for shoes? Stella McCartney’s woven flats were a hit for those who opted not to show their toes during a pedicure-less season, while The Row’s flat bare sandals are an instant summer classic you’ll look forward to wearing again next summer. And who wouldn’t want to wear white after Labor Day when you could don a pair of stark white wide-leg denim from Jacquemus or a smocked dress from Vince for a fraction of the price?
With one quick browse of these weekend Labor Day clothing sales, consider your holiday plans sorted.
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