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Your Fall Essentials

We've officially bid adieu to summer and are welcoming fall with open arms. With so many things to look forward to in the new season (new clothes), we thought we'd give you the rundown on our fall essentials. Keep reading to hear about our blog contributor, Teale's fall must-haves!

Fall has officially arrived! Time to pack up the denim shorts and tank tops and look ahead to the days of cozy sweaters and big scarves! I picked out four items that are essential to get your through the colder days, all while looking great and on trend.

Step aside ripped knees, this season is all about chewed hem denim. With a slight distressing at the back hem and a more minimal look on the front leg, this new trend is all business in the front, party in the back. The Citizens Olivia Ultra High Rise are great pair of jeans that will transition nicely into the warmer seasons as well!

What’s better than a cozy sweater? A cozy sweater dress. A staple piece for any  wardrobe, there are endless ways to style a sweater dress like the Monk & Lou Charline Mockneck Dress. Whether it’s belting it, throwing on a pair of leather pants underneath or rocking it with a pair of knee high suede boots and a chunky bag, you'll surely get your use out of this piece.

Having a raincoat is necessary for daily life in Vancouver so having a raincoat that can be worn out to a nice dinner is like hitting jackpot. That’s why we love this PGD Waterproof Stark Jacket, especially when it comes in pretty colours like the one above!

Some of the best things about fall are the colours that are debuted every season. From earthy greens and purples to bright reds and yellows, there's always a staple colour of the fall season. This season is all about russet orange - a warm orange that is flattering for all skin tones! While orange can be a bit intimidating for some, adding an orange bag like the Baggu Duck Bag or scarf is an easy way to incorporate the colour of the season into your outfit.

 Thanks for reading!