When it comes to weekend hair, a half-up top knot is the way to go. It keeps the hair out of your face, is super easy to pull off, and it looks really cool.
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Photo via: Style Du Monde Carolina Issa is one of our top street style muses since she is always able to breathe life into classic pieces by styling them in unexpected ways. In this case, she takes a plaid coat, a denim jacket, black skinny jeans, and leopard print ankle boots and turns it into an incredibly chic layered look for fall. Get the look: + Blue Les Copains Print Coat + Daisy Street Oversized Denim Jacket + Street Level Faux Leather Tote + DL1961 Emma Legging Jeans + New Look Leopard Print Ankle Boots
Photo via: Collage Vintage Get a jump start on the cold weather ahead with a cool shearling-lined coat. Wear with jeans or over a cool sweater dress along with your favorite pair of boots. We've rounded up the best of the best coats below. Happy shopping!
Photo via: Collage Vintage The pajama trend is here to stay and here is one killer way to wear it this season. Start with a great pair of silky pajama-style pants and wear with a slinky button-down shirt, a chic shoulder bag and cool metallic mule flats. As we see here, the bolder the flats the better. Get the look: + Equipment Brett Blouse + Saint Laurent Monogram Shoulder Bag + Maison DU Soir Pajama Style Pants + Gucci Princetown Gold Leather Mule + Topshop Lucy Bit Loafer
These black cropped flared jeans are a major must-have item no matter the season. They practically go with everything and are great for pulling off the raw-hem trend. Get the look: + Gestuz Maiden Silk Shirt + Rolla's Eastcoast High Rise Crop Jeans + Birkenstock Arizona Birko Flor Sandals
Photo via: Fashion Squad Suede is a staple, must-have, sophisticated fabric to keep in your wardrobe. It's easy to elevate an all black (or even all gray) look with a luxe suede coat. This blogging babe wore her suede trench with a black turtleneck, black jeans and black patent leather heeled boots for added interest. Get the look: + Vince Drop Shoulder Turtleneck + J.Crew Tissue Turtleneck + MUUBAA Lorne Belted Suede Trench + J Brand Photo Ready Alana Jean + Missguided Patent Heeled Ankle Boots
Photos via: Fashion Me Now Even the most stylish of ladies can fall into a fashion rut and that it why we are always here to provide you with endless outfit choices for every season. This outfit is the perfect mix of chic and cozy with a gray lace-up sweater, black cropped jeans and ornate, velvet booties. Add in a cool black bag and your favorite sunnies and you're set to go. Get the look: + Minimum Thusnelda Gray Jumper + Vince Lace Up Oversized Sweater + J.W Anderson Medium Pierce Bag + Paige Denim Colette Crop Flare + Aldo Sully Boots
Photo via: Collage Vintage Double denim rule number one is that you must, must, must choose a top and bottom in different washes. You'd still look put together and edgy without appearing too matchy-matchy. Pernille got the memo on this one in a light wash denim jacket and dark denim pencil skirt. The look is complete with a pair of white heeled boots. Get the look: + Nili Lotan Stripe Poplin NL Shirt + Adam Lippes Striped Cotton-Poplin Shirt + Asos Denim Girlfriend Jacket + Acne Studios Garea Cotton-Blend Skirt(Also here) + Calvin Klein Kiki Pointy Toe Bootie
Photo via: Vogue Spain This street style shot is great inspiration on how to transition a cropped denim jacket into the colder months. Simply layer it over a ribbed sweater dress, complete the look with a pair of ankle boots and you're good to go! Try a raw-hem denim jacket for a more updated feel. Get the look: + Le Specs Air Heart Sunglasses + Topshop Moto Raw Hem Jacket + Grlfrnd Cara Cropped Denim Jacket + Only Cropped Raw Edge Jacket + Vince Camuto Turtleneck Dress
Photo via: Collage Vintage Pattern mixing is an art that many are afraid to try. Sara Ruston knows just how it's done. Pair similar hues and tones then choose one print to dominate and the other as an accent. In this case, it's the tartan trouser. Then, keep accessories and outerwear neutral, like she did with her navy coat, gray scarf, and black pumps. You'll be a pattern mixing professional in no time. Get the look: + Asos Supersoft Woven Scarf + French Connection Polka Dot Knit Sweater + Hunter Original Rubberised Coat + Max Mara Pino Trousers + Dude Abbigail Suede Pumps
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