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HEAD TO TOE DAY-NIGHT

There’s a touch of autumn in the air. Here are a few of our favorite tricks for transitioning our summer wardrobes into fall.

While we’re not entirely ready to give up our summer clothing, with temperatures hovering in the 70s (and lows in the 50s!), it’s time to start covering up a bit. Our no-fail, go-to look? Top off your favorite summer dress with a leather jacket. We particularly love edgy moto styles. This version by Coach is a classic, but we also love these iterations by Madewell and Ann Taylor. Forgo summer sandals and incorporate a pair of ankle boots to your look. We’re obsessing over this studded, open-toe pair by Loeffler Randall. They’re super comfortable and look just awesome for day or night wear. Add texture with a furry bag (fluffy accessories are big this season). We love this convertible shearling clutch by Elizabeth and James and this chic backpack version .

 
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WHERE TO BUY

1. TORN BY RONNY KOBO Aziza dress, scoopnyc.com 

2. NANCY KRASKIN Dot earrings, catbirdnyc.com 

3.COACH Slim leather moto jacket, coach.com 

4. ELIZABETH AND JAMES Jack convertible clutch, shopbop.com 

5. LOEFFLER RANDALL Ione open-toe bootie, loefflerrandall.com 

6. EF COLLECTION Diamond X ring, shopbop.com 

HEAD TO TOE CASUAL LOOK

Skinny jeans + Tee + Jacket + Sandals = Cool Kid

Another fall-back look we love at this time of year involves pieces you probably already own. The base look is comprised of skinny jeans (extra points if they’re distressed) and a T-shirt. Add a ladylike jacket for the win. We love a Chanel-esque, bouclé version like this one by Rebecca Minkoff, or this one by Smythe, as well as this one by Topshop. A simple blazer would also suffice. Since you’ll be covered up from head to toe, wear your favorite open sandals for contrast. The vibe is polished yet effortlessly thrown together.

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WHERE TO BUY

1. REBECCA MINKOFF Ansel double-zip jacket with leather detail, cusp.com 

2. LNA Desert crew-neck tee in charcoal, blacklabelboutique.com 

3. AESA Quartz rapt pendant necklace, saksfifthavenue.com 

4. THIERRY LASRY Sexxxy sunglasses, shopbop.com 

5. GIVENCHY Medium pepe Pandora messenger bag, barneys.com 

6. NEWBARK Roma snake-effect sandals, net-a-porter.com 

7. FRAME DENIM Le skinny de Jeanne distressed mid-rise jeans, net-a-porter.com 

 

IF YOU COULD ONLY BUY JUST ONE PIECE

The customization trend: Been there, done that, got the T-shirt, we're over it. Maybe not.


These new options are just too rad to pass up. Back at the last New York Fashion Week, Rag & Bone's fall 2014 show featured bomber jackets personalized with each model's name in the coolest '50s-style stitching. Thankfully, now we can have it too. This month only, there will be a selection of pieces for both men and women that you can have a name (of up to seven letters) embroidered in their custom stitching on the back of your chosen piece. Or check out the Edie Parker x Del Toro line of bespoke loafers, where you can have your initials or a word of your choice written on the outer side of the right shoe. Exclusively available online at Moda Operandi, but you’ll have to order a pair before tomorrow (Tuesday, September 16 at 10 a.m.). 


At last, a few fall buys that, like your moniker, will stay relevant forever. 

 
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WHERE TO BUY

RAG & BONE Customization program is available at Rag & Bone, 119 Mercer St., 212-219-2204 and Rag & Bone, 104 Christopher St., b/t Bleecker & Hudson Sts., 212-727-2990.

 

Edie Parker x Del Toro online at modaoperandi.com

 
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