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The Fall Capsule Wardrobe: The Only 10 Pieces You'll Wear For The Next 60 Days

Regardless of how you feel about the whole pumpkin spice phenomenon, fall is a time to embrace all things cozy. The sun begins to set before you've left the office, and the days when you could leave home without a jacket on are whittling away. But, swapping over to a warmer wardrobe doesn't mean living the next three months in sweatpants (though hey, if you can pull that off, more power to you). Instead, developing a well-curated fall capsule wardrobe is the key to refreshing your look this season. Because in fact, for many fashion-obsessed women, the next 90 days may be the best time of the year a time when they can finally layer trends with abandon and embrace the layered aesthetic that circles back around every time the fall equinox hits. To streamline your seasonal shopping needs and to help make getting dressed especially simple, you'll find a succinct list of 10 key pieces you should be wearing this season. These essentials touch on current trends (western boots! neon!) but are still streamlined enough to mix and match together or to cherry-pick and coordinate with what you already own. While you may struggle to figure out what you fall coffee of choice may be (is it ever too cold to order it iced?), at least you can know you have your wardrobe on lock through the end of the year. The Western Boot Whether you want to embrace a full-on-rodeo-ready cowboy boot, or you're looking for a more streamlined take on the trend, this season's footwear of choice is a boot with a western bend. It's up to you whether you wear your favorite style with chaps or your favorite jeans. Cowboy Ankle Boots $90 Zara Shop Now Black 50 Leather Cowboy Boots $1,050 Prada Shop Now Western Boot in Beige $690 Toga Pulla Shop Now The Beige Blazer A well-tailored blazer is a fall essential, and while last year, plaids reigned supreme, a sleek neutral is the item of choice for 2018. Layer it with a colorful blouse or embrace a monochromatic look from head to toe. Textured Blazer $150 Mango Shop Now Tailored Suit Jacket $1,368 Aalto Shop Now Ruched Canvas Blazer $750 Tibi Shop Now The Leopard Skirt This fall, there's no wrong way to wear animal print, but judging by the fact that brands like Reformation and Realisation Par have barely been able to keep their leopard print skirts in stock, this is the hero piece of the season. The Naomi Skirt $180 Realisation Par Shop Now Leopard Print Skirt $1,130 Sonia Rykiel Shop Now Bea Skirt $149 The Reformation Shop Now The Puff-Sleeve Blouse Ready to move on from your classic button-down? Prairie-chic blouses with puffed sleeves have become a favorite among trendsetters. Consider the style a standalone piece: It can anchor an outfit all on its own, no accessories needed. Rebecca Top $470 Khaite Shop Now Lace Cuff Oversize Shirt $99 Pixie Market Shop Now Lily Rose Top $159 Toit Volant Shop Now The Structured Shoulder Bag The sharp tailoring that comes with many fall pieces (trousers, blazers, structured jackets) pairs well with a bag that has the same clean lines. A structured shoulder bag will hold all of your daily necessities without coming off as overly stuffy or corporate. Pheobe Bag $435 Danse Lente Shop Now Pinch Shoulder Bag $495 Kara Shop Now Small Hobo Bag $595 Mansur Gavriel Shop Now The High-Waist Trouser Ready for a shocker? This season, trousers don't have to be relegated just to the office. Paired with a tee or crop-top, high-waist trousers will soon become your go-to brunch uniform. Amani Pants $325 Mara Hoffman Shop Now Wool Blend Belted Trouser $119 & Other Stories Shop Now Tapered Wool-Blend Trouser $410 Acne Studios Shop Now Polished Pumps A great pair of heels should be two things: sleek and comfortable. This season, a slingback or elasticized back and a pointed toe make for the perfect pairing. Helena Pumps $590 Mari Giudicelli Shop Now The Day Heel $165 Everlane Shop Now Leather Slingback Heels $70 Zara Shop Now The Neon Turtleneck While neon may not be a classic hue for winter months, day-glo isn't going away with the end of summer. A neon turtleneck makes for a perfect layering piece under your more subdued pieces. Shrunk Turtleneck $180 Eckhaus Latta Shop Now Logo Turtleneck $290 Calvin Klein 205W39NYC Shop Now Stretch-Knit Turtleneck Top $195 Les Reveries Shop Now The Fall Floral Maxi Dress Don't write off florals completely for fall. Instead, look for darker, more moody prints, long sleeves and midi hemlines. Once things get ultra chilly, try styling your favorite dress with knee-high bucket boots and a warm sweater. Floral Ruffle Dress $1,044 Batsheva Shop Now Floral Drses $1,250 Adam Lippes Shop Now Tilda Drss $695 Rebecca Taylor Shop Now The Slouchy Cardigan For that weird in-between weather when you're still not fully committed to your warmest coats, but leaving the house in just a sweater seems like a poor choice consider a relaxed cardigan. It'll keep you plenty cozy (especially if it's wool or cashmere), and is easy to dress up or down. Shawl Collar Cardigan $1,095 Stella McCartney Shop Now Cable-Knit Cardigan $595 3.1 Phillip Lim Shop Now Loose Fit Cardigan $731 Matthew Adams Dolan Shop Now

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