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7 Fall Trends To Replace Your Old Faves

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    We're only halfway through August, but many of us are already mourning summer. But, instead of lamenting our loss, we at R29 HQ are looking at the change of season as a chance to refresh our wardrobes. Don't let that idea scare you, though; a closet update doesn't mean we can't bring the spirit of summer into fall. Loved tropical prints and boater hats? These hot-weather styles have just-as-cool, weather-appropriate cousins — like bold florals and flat-brimmed hats — to help make the transition easier.

    We scoped out the fall equivalents for seven trends that have been your bread and butter the past few months. Have you been riding the culotte bandwagon? Or, were you a champion of the matching set? No matter — you're going to be just as devoted to the styles we're serving up, straight ahead.

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