The Summer Trend to Wear in Fall: Safari Style Trend

Safari Style Trend - Le Fab Chic When we think of summer fashion and fall fashion, we are likely visioning two very different styles. For summer we think of mini dresses, shorts, and sandals. For fall we think of cozy sweaters, boots, and jeans. Rarely is there a trend that can be effortlessly styled in both seasons.

Safari style is a hot trend that can also be worn in cool weather! The khaki, green and neutral color palette are perfect for any season. Tortoise and buckle style details can be found in both summer and fall styles. It really is one of those easy to wear trends!

How to wear the safari trend in summer

safari style trend 2018

To style the safari trend in summer, look for rompers and dresses in safari style colors and cuts. This trend pairs well with straw hats and bags, which are so perfect for the season! Add a pair of chic mules and some jewelry and your ready for a summer adventure. If you live in a warm weather area, you can keep styling the trend this way for a few more weeks!

How to wear the safari trend in fall

safari style - Le Fab Chic

Your summer safari pieces can easily transition to fall with one simple trick: Layering! You can add a simple T-shirt and safari style boots to your rompers for the cooler weather season. If you want a safari style statement piece, a trench coat is your must-have fall staple!

No matter what season you decide to wear it in, the safari style trend is fun to wear. You can find amazing safari style inspo for any season on Pinterest HERE.

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Le Fab Chic Safari Style

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Romper: Forever 21 // Mules: JustFab (similar HERE)

Hat: H&M (similar HERE) // Bag: Farmer’s market find (similar HERE)

What trends are you transitioning from summer to fall? Let’s chat! Leave a comment below.

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    • joshaunic
      October 5, 2018 / 1:23 pm

      Thank you so much Simplement!

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