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Life's a breeze when your dress is this carefree. Toughen it up with a pair of booties to embrace the early-fall look.
Just the right amount of formal meets casual.
When shopping for allover prints, look for patterns that are neither too small nor too large. A petite pattern can actually make you look bigger, whereas a large print can overwhelm your figure.
Pink Tartan ($237)
It's sassy without being too seductive. (Just be sure to wear a cami underneath.)
We're already thinking up countless ways to wear this blouse.
You can't go wrong with one of these in your repertoire.
This is that big rose we were talking about. See? Totally acceptable (and wickedly cute).
With this drool-worthy coat, we might actually be able to bear another winter.
It's cotton. It's comfy. And it's an acceptable way to pull off hot pink in November.
French Connection ($118)
Guys, winter blooms never looked so good.
Our cure for that head-to-toe black dilemma.
These pants may look tailored to the outside eye, but little do they know--there's a sneaky elastic waistband under that flow-y tank.
Alice and Olivia ($264)
Sandals you can wear through fall and spring alike.
Exorbitant price tag aside, we feel better simply knowing these beauties exist.
Jason Wu ($1,195)
Gray-scale florals and girlish polka dots? Sign us up.
Tory Burch ($265)
For a guaranteed rosy outlook.
Pattern shy? A clutch is a noncommital way to sneak in the trend.
Ted Baker ($111)
Now, who says having a black thumb is a bad thing?
Dooney and Bourke ($228)
In the process of whittling down your wardrobe to a palette of navy, black and charcoal gray (a.k.a. your “fall collection”), you might have come to the realization that wearing head-to-toe black is...boring.
May we offer a suggestion? Add moody florals to the mix.
A far cry from your springy pastels, these muted blooms follow the same dark colorway you were already prepping to wear but with an unexpected feminine twist. In other words, you won’t feel out of place with a big rose on your sweater in the middle of autumn.
There’s a slew of ways you can pull it off--whether with accessories or a full-fledged statement-making coat. Our list hits them all.
Bonus points to the woman who figures out how to wear it from head to toe.
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