1. The Leopard Print Sweater
Trends come and go, but there are some things that never go out of style. They may be more popular one season than another but, on the whole, they are forever pieces that form the cornerstones of our wardrobes.
As seen on @jaimeshrayber

2. The Turtleneck Sweater
Look chic and stay warm in the waffle-knit turtleneck sweater. This relaxed fitting, high-collar sweater with modern fit falls from shoulders to hips —making it the ultimate cold-weather fashion staple as the temperatures start to drop.
As seen on @pradaandpearls

3. The Pom Pom Cardigan
The cardigan that always has us dreaming of cozy days cuddled up by the fire. Chunky knit drappy open-front with exaggerated pom pom ballon sleeves that make a great stylish statement to any outfit!
As seen on @twentiesgirlstyle

4. The Longline Cardigan
Long cardigan in a soft, fine knit with long sleeves, ribbing at cuffs and hem, and no buttons – an essential to keep you warm while complementing your outfit when you feel like you have 'nothing' to wear.
As seen on @champagnandchanel


5. The Chambray
One of our favorite things about Fall is layering, and the lightweight chambray is always a go-to layering piece for trans-seasonal look. Made from soft Lyocell fabrication, chambray is more than just a pretty face, it is highly durable and resistant to crease. Not to mention, flatters the figure with it’s excellent draping qualities.
As seen on @sarahknuth

6. The Sherpa Pullover
If you are looking for a portable blanket to get you through mild windy fall days to chilly winter nights, this cuddly soft and plush sherpa fleece with a stand-up collar and half-zip closure is perfect for great comfort and warmth.
As seen on @loverlygrey

7. The Over The Knee Boots
When it comes to Fall footwear, over the knee boots are no doubt an investment. You’re guaranteed to wear them year after year after year. Not to mention how many versatile and flattering they are!
As seen on @ameliecheval31

July 29, 2019 — Kristy F

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