These 6 Pieces Will Get You Through Fall
An aviator-style jacket will be the frequent flier of your closet. You can dress it up for day with a pencil skirt and heels, or make it weekend casual with a tee and boyfriend jeans.
Jacket, $99; JoeFresh.com
The genius of this piece? It looks like your favorite body-skimming sweater, but gives you a tucked-in look minus the bulk. Pair it with everything from a ball skirt to slim pants.
Bodysuit, Tuxe, $136; TuxeBodyWear.com
I love a good poorboy—consider it a sexy take on the turtleneck—and am so glad this classic is back in style. Try it with a corduroy skirt or flares.
Sweater, Warehouse, $68; Warehouse.AndOtherBrands.com
I've said it before, and I'll say it again: Animal print is the new neutral. But if you don't want to go full-on rawr, choose a spotted shoe or bag to rev up your look.
Bootie, Nine West, $139; Amazon.com
Brown Cross-Body Bag
More versatile and less expected than black, a luggage-colored bag complements brights and neutrals alike. This structured version is polished enough for the office.
Bag, & Other Stories, $225; Stories.com.
Gold Statement Hoops
Gold adds a warm glow to most complexions, and head-turning hoops (with a minimum diameter of 1½") are beautiful face framers, no matter how you wear your hair.
Earrings, Kendall Conrad, $210; KendallConradDesign.com
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