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You sported this as part of a matching set all summer long. But shorts in 50-degree weather just isn?t gonna cut it. Break up your separates and wear just the shirt. Here, we?ve paired our boxy top with a pleated midi and a thin, long-sleeved turtleneck. (Note: Turtlenecks look great under T-shirts and flow-y tanks alike.)
Warehouse top ($71), J.Crew Factory turtleneck ($20), Reiss skirt ($240), Aldo booties ($150)
Everyone has one in her repertoire, but aren?t florals just for spring? Nope. You can absolutely wear this print well into November, it?s just a matter of how you do it. Take a cue from the Tory Burch runway and pair one flowery pattern with another. Yes, it?s a lot to take in at first, but shirts with smaller prints are easier to pull off.
Dorothy Perkins dress ($49), Tory Burch top ($295), C.Wonder bracelet ($38), C.Wonder bracelet ($28), Shoptiques cuff ($300)
These breezy palazzo pants don?t exactly scream autumn. But listen--White after Labor Day is not only OK, it?s encouraged. Especially when you tone it down with masculine accessories. Try a bomber jacket worn over your coziest knit, then complete the look with a pair of slip-on sneakers or brogues.
Topshop culottes ($80), Steven Alan jacket ($495), Zara sweater ($60), Loeffler Randall sneakers ($295)
Photo: Creators of Desire
Your easiest summer dress is about to become your easiest winter dress. Ladies, tights and printed knits can work wonders. Whether you pair your slip with a snug fisherman's sweater or a drapey wool number, you?ll look as chic as you did when bare shoulders were in season.
Photo: Song of Style
It happens every September: The summer kaftans are stored away, and in their place come chunky knits and leather booties. It’s a tradition (kind of like that new Lisa Frank binder on the first day of middle school).
But what if we told you there’s no need to part with your warm-weather staples?
Instead of tossing everything into the back of the closet, we’ve taken four of summer’s standout trends and figured out how to wear them straight into fall. Think: white culottes paired with a bomber jacket, or a floral dress gone autumnal with a button-down and knee-high boots.
Check out the slideshow to see how we styled each piece.
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