22 Smart Transition-into-Fall Outfit Ideas
What to Wear to Work
Try a black suit for an “I mean business” approach to office dressing. Adding a colorful top into the mix says you’re ready for a laugh now and then, too.
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A fall coat in an eye-popping color will brighten any Gray day. Pick details like a ruffle trim or printed lining to add a little oomph to your outfit.
The eyes have it. Wear trendy sunglasses in a creative way by keeping the rest of the look ultrabasic.
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Stand Out and Still Look Totally Professional
Want to wear something bold to the office? Go for it—just tone down brights like red and orange with neutral classics like this tan trench and simple flats.
What to Wear this Weekend
Pair your favorite skinny jeans with an oversize sweater and booties for a Serena van der Woodsen-worthy weekend look.
Add Oomph To An All-Black Look
Try adding a little jolt of color to mix up an otherwise all-black ensemble.
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Belt It Up
Amp up the fanciness level of a long shirt by slipping on a thin belt at the waist.
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Don’t Forget the Bright Accents
Pops of colors put a girly spin on an edgy black leather and lace look.
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Ruffle Your Feathers
Do ruffles right by slipping a ruffled shirt under a low-key but well-fitted black suit.
Wear an Unexpected Color
To make the summery boho style look fresh all year ‘round, try wearing an unexpcted color like mustard, cobalt or forest green.