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Why Is Club Monaco's Fall Lookbook So Awesome? It Channels Summer

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    Well, we’ll be damned: Chilly temps are fast approaching. And, as fall creeps closer, we’ll regrettably be adding layer after layer to our ensembles and saying our last goodbyes to the sunny season. But, Club Monaco fall '13 is softening the blow by carrying a bit of summer into the cold. Mixing miniskirts and dresses with thick wool and overcoats, Club Monaco has mastered the art of climate changeover to perfection.

    Summer hues like powdered blue and neon floral intermix with fall-appropriate neutrals and blacks, delivering an adorable love child of opposing seasons. And, while we may need that extra outer layer soon, Club Monaco reminds us that we won’t have to shelter our legs just yet. Hitting stores in October, the collection won't quite be every trend you loved in summer, but certainly sneaks in a few favorites for an easy transition. So, don't fear the fall, and click ahead to view all the looks, plus a peek at the awesome fall campaign photographed by famous David Sims.

    Photo: Courtesy of Club Monaco.

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