We'd be lying if we said we weren't at least a little excited to see summer end, if only because it means we'll soon get to whip out our fall wardrobes. Between the tights and scarves and sweaters and jackets, we're more than ready to retire our sundresses for a few months. But before we do that, let's all find the perfect jacket to let our curves live their best lives.

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The Arrivals

If You’re Petite: Try a Shrunken Moto Jacket

The trick to dressing a smaller figure is not to overwhelm it. Stick to shorter lengths that won't make it look like you're drowning in fabric. (The added embellishments of a biker jacket, though, will fill you out in all the right places.)

Get the look: Topshop ($90); Madewell ($498); The Arrivals ($645)

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Net a Porter

If You’re Tall: Try a Canvas Field Jacket

Tall ladies, on the other hand, can handle a little more fabric. That's why we love the idea of a rugged-looking field jacket for autumn. The below-hip length will feel proportional on your frame, and you can easily scrunch up the arms to mask any exposed-wrist woes.

Get the look: L.L. Bean ($94); J.Crew ($180); Barbour ($380)

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See by Chloe

If You Have Narrow Shoulders: Try a Shearling Bomber

Take advantage of your slight frame to try out fall’s very on-trend shearling. It'll draw attention away from any wider areas you want to minimize (looking at you, hips) but without having to resort to shoulder pads.  

Get the look: Silence + Noise ($139); Lucky Brand ($270); See by Chloe ($845)

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Forever 21

If You Have Broad Shoulders: Try a Plaid Overcoat

When it comes to dressing wider shoulders, you want a long silhouette that can drape effortlessly (as opposed to a cropped situation that can add bulk). A loose-fitting overcoat should hit at or just below your knee. The plaid isn't necessary, but we're all about a statement jacket this season. 

Get the look: Forever 21 ($30); Dolce Vita ($265); Tommy Hilfiger ($295)

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Theory

If You Have a Large Chest: Try a Pinstripe Blazer

It seems like a blazer would draw unwanted attention to a larger chest, but actually, a style with long, clean lines will streamline your whole look and creates the illusion of a straighter silhouette. Oh, and the pinstripes (like the plaid) are unnecessary but were all over the runways for fall 2016. 

Get the look: Lane Bryant ($90); Helene Berman ($186); Theory ($495)

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Elie Tahari

If You Have a Round Middle: Try a Shawl-Collared Coat

Luxe and cozy, a shawl-collared coat is just what you need if you're looking to conceal any midsection insecurities. In a solid color, this buttonless jacket skims your body without clinging to it and, like the long-line blazer, makes your torso appear narrower than it is. 

Get the look: BB Dakota ($135); Calvin Klein ($325); Elie Tahari ($698)

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Chico’s

If You’re An Hourglass: Try a Trench Vest

We know you've heard it a million times, but for ladies with an hourglass shape, a trench is pretty much the ideal for making the most of your curves. Sure, you can do the full-on jacket version, but you could also shake things up with a trench vest. It's modern and chic (and a great layer over thin sweaters in in-between weather).

Get the look: Target ($50); Chico's ($139); Veronica Beard ($495)

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