Do Seasons Matter?

With summer coming to a close, you can get steals on beachwear while designers stock their stores with the first crop of autumn attire. But is there
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With summer coming to a close, you can get steals on beachwear while designers stock their stores with the first crop of autumn attire. But is there
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With summer coming to a close, you can get steals on beachwear while designers stock their stores with the first crop of autumn attire. But is there really much difference between what you wear in August and what you will wear three months from now? Today's Wall Street Journal features a piece on the decline of seasonal dressing. The article credits global climate changes, as well as Central AC, as a leading cause for why you're going sleeveless in November. The shift might also be part of the "casual movement", since people can wear the same jeans year-round, and simply add or remove layers. We can identify with many of these observations - especially when we think back to last December, when it was 60 degrees and we were ditching our coats for t-shirts. And then there are those girls who wear flip flops in the winter, even if it's snowing... --SARAH MUEHLBAUER