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A 4-Letter Word For What We Want This Fall

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    We may be in full-on sundress-and-sandals mode right now, but we're already thinking about those days when we’re not drenched in sweat the minute we step outside. That said, we’re not ready for heavy-wool-coat weather, either. That’s why we look forward to that in-between time, otherwise known as pre-fall to the fashion crowd.

    We already brought you the best looks from this traditionally more commercial season in January, but as the collections begin to trickle into stores, we're highlighting one of the most noteworthy — Acne Studios. Known for being cool without trying too hard, this brand brings us everything we want to wear for pre-fall: crisp trousers, neoprene sweatshirts, and the line's always excellent moto jackets in new textures like shearling, for an offering that's part tough girl and part sophisticated goddess. No matter where you fall on this spectrum, you're sure to find something that will catch your eye ahead. Now, we just need the temps to dip below 70 degrees again.

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