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It's only Wednesday. That means you still have about two and a half days until you can turn off your brain and completely disconnect. So, naturally, it's the perfect time for Zara to debut its November lookbook. While it's practically every month that we see a new collection of pictures that fuel our obsession (we're not complaining), this edition has a certain lazy-gal, cozy-gal vibe that we're feeling. Big time.
Some of the photos are a bit more obvious than others: Wear a no-fuss-basics base and layer with a can't-miss-me statement coat on top. Or, throw on a silky jumpsuit and flats for your next friendly dinner gathering. It's instant sartorial comfort and joy. However, other looks from the shopping giant actually suggest slightly more advanced moves, but they still don't take much effort at all. For instance, we love the look that blends shades of
Grey gray on top of classic plaid trousers or the outfits of super-chunky graphic sweaters over sleek, minimal skirts. It's a classically killer mix of textures and shapes. And, even if these tips don't amaze your Hump Day brain, the individual pieces may just do the trick. Click on to see 'em all.
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