Say Hello To Fall With Brooklinen's New Colored Sheets

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Unpopular opinion, we're so ready for fall. And while we're already busting out our favorite throw blankets and bringing cozy sweaters back into our wardrobes, there's no time like the present to upgrade your bedding to a festive fall option. Our friends over at Brooklinen know just how to bring the autumnal vibes indoors with two new limited-edition colorways.

Brooklinen's newest launch features the brand's beloved cozy heathered cashmere bedding with a seasonal remix. The two new hues—blue and rust—help bring a warm, yet vibrant touch of color to your space without overpowering it, and blend well with nearly any decor.

Heathered Cashmere Rust

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Plus, Brooklinen's Heathered Cashmere sheets have a luxurious long-staple cotton and cashmere build that makes for a great transitional bedding option. You'll get that extra dose of warmth without feeling too stuffy.

Launching on September 14, these foliage colors arrive just in time to refresh your summer bedspread for a warmer-toned option for autumn. And since Brooklinen's limited edition colorways tend to sell out in just eight weeks, it's best to snag them while supplies last. Scroll through for the rundown on Brooklinen's newest hues.

Ink Blue Heathered Cashmere Sheet Set

Ink Blue Heathered Cashmere

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Between the cotton and cashmere blend, cozy lightweight build, and affordable pricepoint—we can't get enough of this gorgeous set. We're particularly drawn to this ink blue, which will lighten up an otherwise neutral bedroom.

Rust Heathered Cashmere Sheet Set

Rust Heathered Cashmere Sheet

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This beautiful new rust hue reminds me of crunchy fall foliage, pumpkin spice, and knitted sweaters, which couldn't be more perfect for the coming months.

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