Fall into Fashion

Posted By Chantel Baul / November 7, 2016 / , , , , , , , , , / 0 Comments

Fall into Fashion at these

Tybee Boutiques

The changing of seasons signals a necessary style update. Now that fall is bringing in cooler weather, it’s time for chic sweaters, printed scarves and beautiful boots to make their return to the fashion forefront. If your closet is lacking awesome autumnal threads, no worries. Tybee’s shopping scene hosts several great shops that are ready to stock your wardrobe with sensational finds this season. And if your home needs a bit of season-appropriate upgrading, quite a few island shops vend stylish homewares and furnishings as well. Head to these Tybee boutiques to get fall fashion steals for every member of the family.

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Seaside Sisters

Seaside Sisters vends a wondrous medley of handpicked items that are sure to keep you – and your home for that matter – looking good this fall season. This one-stop-shop of sorts boasts a variety of new pieces this season when it comes to jewelry, handbags, tunics, scarves and shoes. Make a statement this season with a stunning crystal necklace, and reinvigorate your home with a few fall-inspired pieces. The sisters’ seashell wreaths, vibrant throws and warm-scented candles are good items to start with. Keep in mind that they’ve got an impressive selection of clothing and furniture in house as well. A piece from their fall collection might be just the thing to amp up your autumn fashion game this year.

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Caldwell’s Cottage Boutique

For monogrammed knits and stylish accessories, head to Caldwell’s Cottage Boutique. The quaint shop is clearing out their summer line – meaning it’s time to go get your 2017 warm weather threads at a steal – and making room for fresh fall finds. Their bounty of sweaters, tops, shirts, hats and scarves are sure to keep you tasteful and toasty as the weather cools down over the coming months. And you can add a personal touch with their in-house custom embroidery service. Fashionable gifts with the initials of your friends and family stitched lovingly into the material are always a hit. Who doesn’t love a present with their name on it?

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Latitude 32

Latitude 32 offers quality apparel to the Tybee community and surrounding areas all throughout the year. Their iconic sea turtle graphic is seen throughout the summer on visors, polos and tees. Now you can sport the stylized shell on swanky sweatshirts that are season appropriate. Men, women and children can keep warm while staying cool in a comfy Latitude 32 sweater. The shop’s colder-weather outerwear items come in a variety of eye-catching hues, making it easy for you to carry that Tybee’s relaxed island vibe into fall.

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High Tide Surf Shop

The fact that High Tide is marketed as a surf shop might lead you to believe that it only sells bathing suits, beachwear and surfing gear, but nothing could be further from the truth. High Tide carries a varied selection of fashionable pieces from well-known casual clothing brands, and their stock changes with the season. Currently boasting gingham button ups-and autumn-apt dresses, High Tide is a great place to check out for your fall fashion update. In addition to their well-stocked collection of clothing, the surf shop vends sports gear and equipment. Need a warm, yet non-restrictive coat for an upcoming ski trip? What about a full-length wetsuit for bracing icy waters? You’ll find everything you need and more at High Tide to be ready for all that fall offers this year.


Tybee IslandAbout the Author:
Chantel Baul

Chantel Baul is a Savannah native with a knack for writing and an ever-growing curiosity. She received her BA in English and Professional Communications from Armstrong State University, and when she’s not writing she’s serving the country as a US Army Reserve Officer. She’s an NPR nerd/foodie with a deep passion for all things travel, sustainable living and fun.

 

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