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Ready For Fall? DeNada's New Knits Will Get You Pumped For Bundling Up

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    Rainy, muggy weather is probably our least favorite thing about the end of summer in Washington. Sure, it looks like you need to cozy up with a raincoat and boots, but stepping outside proves that it is, indeed, still summer.

    Thankfully, we've got DeNada Design's new fall/winter '12 lookbook to keep us looking forward to the chilly days ahead. We're already fans of local knitwear designer Virginia Arrisueño, and her newest wares already have us pondering the big questions, like "What hairstyles work with a snood?"

    The lookbook, produced by The President Wears Prada, spotlights a slightly gothic, possibly vampiric couple, decked out in chunky scarves, head wraps, beanies, fingerless gloves, leg warmers, and more. All handmade in Virginia's native Peru, these cold-weather must-haves are some of the softest, coziest accessories we've layered on, and we're not sure which new piece we're coveting more — so, to be on the safe side, we're gonna say all of 'em. Click through to see our favorite lookbook snaps.

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