Fall may be on the brain, but in many places, the temperature will keep teetering around 80 degrees for at least a month longer. And by now there’s a good chance you’ve worn every combination of your warm-weather apparel multiple times over. If you’re itching for a refresh without investing much money and effort (fall is ostensibly on its way, after all), then Amazon, with its Prime shipping option and seemingly endless cost-friendly styles, is an ideal destination. To inspire your picks, we rounded up a few such easy-to-integrate pieces that’ll go a long way before it’s time for nubby knits.
For an even easier, time-savvier solution, there’s Amazon’s Prime Wardrobe program. The try-before-you-buy service lets you choose up to eight items — clothing, shoes, jewelry, and accessories — to consider at home for 7 days. You only pay for what you keep, with free returns on what you don’t. In other words, acquiring a few key new items couldn’t be simpler. Prime Wardrobe-eligible products change semi-often, so look for the “Prime Wardrobe” label on each item page, or see currently eligible items (including the fall boots and “spice”-colored pieces you’ll be looking for soon) here.
Prolong the season of easy sundresses with an inexpensive, throw-on-and-go option you’ll want to wear every day you still can.
An easy summer upgrade is breaking out a new swimsuit. This classic one-piece can be paired with high-waist pants or midi skirts if you’re over all of your tops; plus, it’ll come in handy on vacation this winter.
Pepper in some tie-dye to your wardrobe. It has that “look what I made at summer camp!” charm, even if you spent the summer working like, you know, an adult.
If you haven’t tried summer’s favorite throwback-accessory trend, there’s no time like the present.
Sick of the leopard midi skirt that’s been synonymous with summer 2019? Try a similarly silky style in a different but still-bold pattern.
Give your favorite outfits of the summer new life with a brightly colored mule. Bonus points for wearing them with fashion-y socks once sandal season ends.
Preppy cardigans have gained popularity over the past few months and can transform a look when tied over the shoulders with a simple tank. When it’s weather-appropriate, feel free to actually slip your arms into the sleeves.
Relieve some stale outfit energy with an accessory that, in the moment, feels distinctly made for the warmest season of the year, but will adapt surprisingly well into fall.
Before summer ends, consider a dress with two pretty floral prints, not just one. (Then wear it with tights when it’s cooler out.)
Even the smallest details, like this gold seashell necklace, can revive your most repetitive tank-and-shorts combo.
Timeless Levi’s might not be summer-specific, but a fresh, new-favorite pair will put a spring in your step, especially if you’ve been wearing the same cut-offs for the last three months.
In search of something that’ll make you excited to get dressed? Skip the flimsy sandals you’ve beat up all summer and break out a chunkier, transitional flatform.
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