Reformation is automatically associated with sun-soaked linens and cottagecore florals. When the sustainability-minded brand hosts a rare sale, this is the aesthetic we expect to find and shop in equal measure. But with fall fashion weeks looming and street style taking a decidedly cooler turn, we can’t help but plan fall outfits. Fortunately, this year’s Reformation sale has a surprising array of pieces for just that.
Sweater dresses, timeless jeans, minimalist footwear, and even more sweater dresses have made their way to our Reformation carts during its 2021 sale. They’re items primed for chilly days and endless layering—and they’re all up to 40% off. Our packages haven’t arrived yet, but we can already picture weeks of wearing our Reformation cashmere and denim against a backdrop of changing leaves.
With any of Reformation’s fall pieces in rotation, you’ll also be set for the upcoming season. That is, if you can catch our favorite finds before the sale ends. Keep scrolling for the 20 seasonal staples we’re buying.
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Both Kendall Jenner and Emily Ratajkowski have been spotted in this knit LBD.
The Avalon Pant
When you’re set on fall staples, you can explore new twists on seasonal suiting. Ankle ties are a chic addition to these khaki trousers.
For dressing up, this pick is perfect with square-toe heels and a leather jacket. For dressing down, it’s an ideal match for an oversized neutral sweater and sneakers.
Agnes Chunky Loafer
In case you missed it, platform loafers are all over Copenhagen street style this month. An embossed crocodile upper sets this pair apart from standard black and white options.
Carmel Two Piece
We thought we’d maxed out on matching loungewear. Then we found this cozy set hidden in the Reformation sale—and for once, the pieces aren’t sold separately.
This square-neck dress captures the best of pumpkin spice season. (Fendi baguette not included.)
Georges Oversized Cashmere Sweater
This sweater’s mockneck adds a sophisticated touch to an oversized fit. It’s in a cashmere so soft, it’ll ruin all other sweaters for you.
Liza Ultra High Rise Straight Jeans
Straight leg jeans are a wardrobe hero no matter the brand. But we’re partial to Reformation’s extra-high rise and the traceable tech that shows you exactly where your jeans were (ethically) sourced.
We can hardly resist a polo knit—especially when it’s in midi-dress form.
Bria Minimal Flat Mule
What you can see: Minimal mules that can complete any fall outfit. What you can’t see: Plant-based foam and recycled plastic that make these shoes a responsible and chic buy.
Don’t sleep on this effortless top: Accessible silk is guaranteed to sell out quick.
A shearling coat that pairs as well with easy denim as a satin dress. Speaking of dresses…keep scrolling.
End-of-season sandals or pure fall boots? This versatile sweater dress complements whichever footwear the day demands.
Court High Rise Bike Short
Reformation is new to athleisure, but it’s already an expert in comfortable (and ethically-produced) activewear. These high-rise bike shorts are perfect for pairing with an oversized sweater or collegiate sweatshirt à la Princess Diana on cooler days.
With layers placed just so, this retro mini-dress can be worn year-round.
Bettie Ruched Ballet Flat
Straight from the box, Reformation’s leather flats fit like a glove. There’s no shortage of outfits this pair can match.
Your go-to fall florals, right this way.
Cashmere Faux Wrap Sweater
Take a break from oversized ‘fits with a ballet-inspired wrap. For minimalists, there’s also a chic version in camel cashmere.
Kealy Carpenter High Rise Relaxed Jeans
The break from indigo denim you didn’t know you needed.
This sweater dress is a chic step up from loungewear, without sacrificing comfort. Just add tights and kitten-heel boots.
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