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Nothing's Perfect...But The Madewell Fall Looks Come Pretty Close

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    Tell us if this rings a bell. You notice half-way through the day that your sweater buttons don't align, you've mastered the just-rolled-out-of-bed look a little too well, and let's face it, the colors you've mixed together may have people questioning if you got dressed in the dark. But with Madewell's Off The Beaten Path new fall collection and lookbook, somehow we're convinced that there's more to these faux pas than meets the eye.

    There's a whole lot of everything going on in these shots. Primary and secondary shades pile onto each other, sneaks and heels interchangeably mix, and slouchy ski caps (covering perfectly messy tresses) somehow top off shorts ensembles in a collection that suggests a major mix of ladylike and borrowed-from-the-boys. All in all, no matter which way you stack it, there's a lot to love in the line. And, our fall inspiration has certainly perked up with their use of varsity jackets, tulip skirts, bowties, and, of course, the classic Madewell denim that never fails to impress.

    We won't necessarily condone getting dressed in the dark, but if you can make it work as brilliantly as Madewell, then more, or, um, less power to ya. Click away to preview all the fun fall looks.

    Photo: Courtesy of Madewell
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