Summer may be fading into fall, but sundress season is here to stay.
To celebrate the end of summer and the start of the new season, be it back to work or back to school, Reformation is having a little surprise party you won’t want to miss. The sustainable and celebrity-loved shop is having a Surprise Summer Sale, offering up to 40% off their sale rack, which is now fully stocked with sundresses, tops, skirts and more.
Not only can you (and you should) stock up on some lighter summer pieces while the weather is still nice and hot, but make sure to check out their denim sale as well, for back-to-school or office jeans that can be dressed up or down depending on the day.
To complete the outfit and your shopping cart, the last stop is shoes, a new endeavor for Reformation that we are so thrilled to see. Make sure to check them out as they have everything from strappy sandals and summer wedges to flats and Mary Janes to match any mood.
Read below for some of our fashionable favorites, and feel free to browse the site yourself. Just don’t take too long. We don’t know when the sun will set on this summer sale for good.
Feel like a precious gem in this amazing Gemstone Dress, now on sale.
The blue and white patterned dress has a high slit to show off some leg, which complements the knee-length well. The dress is also available in a cute and kitschy postcard pattern on a black background, both of which come in sizes ranging from a 0 to a 12.
Linen is in.
For both late summer and early fall, linen is the way to go, especially in these hot days ahead. The dress is on sale in all four colors, including the above peachy pink, a light brown, light yellow and a light blue floral pattern, too.
Leo Dress, $138.60 (originally $198)
Happy Leo Season.
The stunning Leo maxi dress is beautiful in both black and white, as both are on sale. No matter which you choose, dress it up with heels and jewelry or down with a cardigan come fall — you really can’t go wrong.
Catarina Top, $47.60 (originally $68)
Welcome fall in with open arms and long sleeves.
This cozy long-sleeve top is on sale in both light gray and black, so why not get both to mix and match with all season long? The top features a fun wrap tie around the waist that can be made as loose or tight as wanted, made in a super soft stretchy ribbed fabric for maximum comfort.
Rochelle Top, $26.60 (originally $38)
Rochelle will quickly become your styling BFF when you see how easy it is to wear this top.
The Rochelle Top is a closet essential, coming in black, navy and a fun ochre yellow for just $26. The tank is a casual piece with cute ribbing details, but can be dressed up with a skirt and heels for a night on the town just as easily as paired with jeans for every day.
If it ain’t Baroque, don’t fix it, right?
These Baroque patterned jeans are a showstopper, and their sale price makes them even more of a must-have. The blue jeans are more elevated than traditional jeans, so feel free to wear them to the office on casual Friday, or really any day.
Everyone needs an amazing pair of black jeans, and these are them.
For a great price, no less, as the black pair are on sale for $58 and the blue pair are only $10 more, both of which are a lot better than the original $98 price tag. Both pairs are a mid-rise length and have a skinny fit, making it easy to tuck them into fall booties.
Who doesn’t love a delicious summer strawberry?
These shoes are ripe for the picking, as only the pink color is on sale for $100 off the original price. The shoes wrap up the leg and tie at the ankle with an open tie to show off your last pedicure of the summer. The shoes come in a variety of sizes, while supplies last, from a women’s 5 to an 11.
Step into fall with these amazing flats.
Go for the snake pair for just $136 or opt for the two-tone beige and black pair pictured above for $159, both of which are perfect for your first step back into the office or schoolroom this fall. The shoes are made of a premium soft glove leather, molding to your feet the more you wear them — and we think that will be a lot.
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