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Autumn Arrival │ Labor Day Weekend

While it sure doesn't feel like Fall here in Northern California, I'm thinking about it. And to be honest, I'm usually thinking about Fall year 'round.

I crave this season probably because it's so short for us and probably because it's the perfect season. Perfect because I can add layers, and with these layers come the textures, and generally, Fall means I can frolic in the cooler temps because ... that's just plain fun.

It's Labor Day Weekend and the shop is 20% off. 

I've been sourcing as much denim and wool as possible, and am particularly on the look out for warm, cozy sweaters and worn-in-to-perfection Levi's jeans.

I'm happy to report the shop is stocked!

So come on by! Visit Perennial Vintage today and prepare for the best season where the bright colors of summer have faded to a softer hue and the trees begin to whisper down their leaves, and the perpetual desire for warm drinks is only a cup away.

Happy end of summer and welcome to the unofficial start of Fall.

-HJS


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