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Knee-High Boots

Rock a faux suede skirt with matching boots and voila! You've got a chic fall outfit, no matter what you add on top.


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Jewel-Toned Jacket

A plum jacket is a beautiful way to add color into your wardrobe. Wear it over a pencil skirt for work or going out, or with your favorite pair of jeans plus sneakers for a casual daytime look.

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Cobalt Blue

Reds, browns, and yellows are frequently cited as "fall colors," but don't underestimate how stunning a bright indigo shade can work in your autumn wardrobe. And matching your shoes to your shirt — instant chic.


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Capes!

This trendy wardrobe piece makes a statement the green lace dress with sleeves 2018 second you throw it on over... well, just about anything. Whether you wear it with denim and a t-shirt, a cocktail dress, or cropped pants and a tank, it adds instant glamour.


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Sweater Jackets

If you want to be comfy and stylish, try this look. The ripped denim and casual T-shirt are balanced out by clean white sneakers and an elegant maple-colored jacket.


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Skinny Belt

Fall is your last chance of the year to rock bare legs with a dress, but shorter options can leave you chilly. Pick a full-skirted tea-length frock, then add a simple skinny belt at the waist.


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Color Blocking

This color-blocked outfit is the perfect way to wear trends to the office. Add a leopard-print bag and a statement necklace to jazz up this solid style.


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Mixed Patterns

What would fall be without a little plaid? This season, try pairing it with a second pattern. Just avoid anything too bright. The pieces should coordinate rather than compete.


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Metallic Accents

Try wearing a top with gold beading, then adding a chic gold necklace overtop for added sparkle. Avoid mixing silver, bronze, and gold. The goal is coordinated, not confusing.


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Cape Blazer

First, find yourself a solid jumpsuit that works for any evening occasion. Then add a trendy-but-polished cape-blazer to give your look serious oomph.


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Leather + Florals

An easy way to take your summer dresses into fall: a black (faux) leather jacket. Wear this combo with heels during early fall, then add tights and boots as the temperatures cool off.


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Patterned Poncho

If you want to spice up a basic jeans-and-T-shirt combo, throw on a patterned open poncho. Cuff your jeans and put on a pair of neutral heels if it's warm enough.


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Power Red

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Denim Skirt

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Shirt Dress

You can keep wearing your sleeveless pieces well into fall — all you need is the perfect jacket to wear on top so your arms won't freeze!

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Mint Green

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Canadian Tuxedo

Britney and Justin gave denim-on-denim a bad rap in 2001, but this taboo combo is totally redeemable with the right pairings. Pick a pair of well-fitting dark denim and wear it with a lighter denim shirt, then add a few accents like a printed scarf and metallic shoes.

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Geo Patterns

A busy geometric pattern looks fantastic when balanced with basic outerwear and accessories. Add a simple black moto jacket on top to keep warm on chilly nights.

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Military Accents

Rather than wearing a full military-inspired outfit, try pairing an army green coat with a casual dress and a few burgundy accessories.


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Fringe Jacket

A little fringe adds a dose of cowboy cool, but with a fashion vibe. Wear it with a suede purse, a chunky pair of black boots, and an all-black ensemble, right down to your sunglasses.


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Belted Coat

Winter coats get a lot of heat for being shapeless in silhouette, but popping a skinny belt around your waist instantly amps up the look.


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Structured Jackets

The key here is to keep the majority of your look monochromatic, then add one statement piece in a fun, unexpected shade like pastel pink.


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Patterned Jumpsuit

A well-fitting jumpsuit paired with heels takes very little effort, yet it makes you look as stylish as a celebrity. Florals are a fresh take on the trend.

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