The eco-conscious and effortlessly stylish Reformation is having an end of the season sale, with select styles up to 50 percent off. Just because the season is over doesn’t mean these pieces are only for warm weather. When shopping for clothes, I try to find year-round apparel to be cost-effective and save room in my closet. For the pieces that I can’t wear, I put them up on Depop. Here are 5 sale styles Reformation is basically giving their customers.
The Donna mini skirt is the perfect piece to bring Summer legs into the fall. The A-line fit is the perfect silhouette to pair with a turtleneck and a pair of knee high boots, giving you a throwback mod-look. With four different colorways to choose from, it’ll be hard to choose just one.
You’ll find yourself living in these jeans all Fall and Winter long. The button-fly detail will give you that cool-girl look and the straight leg will have you abandoning all your skinny jeans. This cut will look great with a heeled sandal and a suede boot. Even pair with sneakers and a cuffed bottom to pay homage to the end of Summer.
The Paulina top is that top you’ll want to wear everywhere. From workwear to date nights, this versatile piece can take you from day to night in a blink of an eye. Whoever said you can’t wear ivory in the winter cannot be trusted. Winter whites are here to stay to brighten up shorter days. If ivory isn’t for you, the Paulina is also available in a rich garnet color.
This flirty fit and flare dress will be the go-to dress for every holiday party. The bowtie detail and sweetheart neckline give the dress a playful feeling without feeling like a toddler. This beautiful garnet color will flatter any skin tone. This dress is a must-have piece to wear for any casual gathering or dressed-up holiday party.
You can’t go wrong with a denim jacket! As a denim jacket advocate, this is a must-have in any closet. At a cool $64, you can’t say no. A lighter wash may sound like Summer, but paired with a dark pair of jeans and a graphic sweatshirt can make dressing for cooler weather much easier. As for getting out of bed when mornings turn brisk, that will never get easier.