The IT List: Floral Accents

Fall may not seem like the right season for floral; I personally have always associated these colorful patterns with spring. Yet floral accents are making a big statement this fall, popping up in unexpected places – even school supplies!

My brain seems wired to associate floral prints with Vera Bradley. The All in One Wristlet, pictured here in Mocha Rouge, is perfect for keeping your ID, phone, cash and cards within reach. This handy alternative to carrying a purse around campus can be found at select campus bookstores.

This subtle hint of floral is perfect if you are hesitant to try out the trend. This set of 3 headbands from FOREVER 21 is yours for just $2.50 on their website.

Add a splash of color to your school supplies this fall with notebooks, folders, binders and more from your campus bookstore. We love the spring-like colors pictured in this one subject notebook.

Will you flaunt some floral this fall? Share pictures of how you incorporate this trend with us!

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