Favorite Finds in Warm Shades with Neutral Accents

The dog days of summer are here! We’re currently under a heat warning so this week I’m featuring some of my favorite finds with warm tones/neutral accents that have me thinking of fall. 

Favorite Finds in Warm Tones

I recently went to a friend’s for an afternoon by the pool and she had the most delectable display of appetizers. (I was in my happy place!) There were so many yummy options but I made a shameful amount of return visits to the cheese table …perhaps that’s why I’m so drawn to these elegant copper knives from Williams Sonoma.

The pretty blouse from Banana Republic comes in a crisp white or a fun leopard print. I love the longer puff sleeves and think this would transition really well from summer to fall.

No matter the season celestial jewelry is always popular and always in style. This detailed gold sun necklace is a bestseller in the store and it’s a sweet dainty piece on its own or it's chic as a layering piece.  

I don’t usually buy expensive sunglasses (I learned my lesson the hard way that I can’t be trusted not to sit on them!) but I do like to buy a couple of fashionable pairs each summer. It’s a fun way to update your look and an easy way to level up your accessory game.

I thought the warm spicy tones of these candle holders were beautiful and I love how wonderfully the colors complement each other. These tones are also perfect if you want to get a head start on fall home decor.

This cozy open front sweater from J. Crew would be a stylish transitional piece as the nights start to get colder. The camel color looks really luxe and it’s a great neutral that would be really versatile.

And finally these placemats from IKEA are from their new fall collection. I try not to look ahead to the end of summer but must admit I'm enamored with the autumn-themed colors and pattern of these ones.  

1. Copper Cheese Knives 2. Puff Sleeve Blouse 3. Gold Sun Necklace 4. Tortoise Shell Sunglasses  5. Glass Candle Holders 6. Printed Placemats 7. Open Front Sweater 

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