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11 Closet Upgrades You Can Actually Afford

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    You finally lugged your fall clothes out of storage — the sweaters, the boots, the jackets — and you were so excited to wear them again. But, the more you look at everything, the more you realize the truth: Your cool-weather collection is not what you remembered it to be. It's in desperate need of a refresh, a little pick-me-up to fill in that widening gap between last season and now. Fortunately, a little autumn sprucing can go a long way when our pals at Kmart are involved. They sent over a delivery of their new fall lineup, and it'll have you saying out with the old.

    So, if you need to replace last year's pilling sweaters, check out this new neon one. In the slides ahead, you'll also find patterned bombers aplenty just waiting to usurp last year's statement jacket. And, the best part is, there isn't a pricey pick in the bunch — we're talking under-$35 steals, guys. With fall-wardrobe fixes this easy, you might just want to start from scratch.

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    The bomber jacket is heading into the wild this fall with bold prints. Try this animal-print option for a fun weekend topper.

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    Last year's statement necklaces are back with a minimal make-under. So, put your blingy jewels on the back burner for a metal option that'll polish off any look.

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    Take your Cosby sweaters to the next level by introducing a neon splash to your cozy layers.

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    If your basic pencil skirt is falling flat after too much wear, try a new twist on the office ware by going for a faux-leather style — it's chic and seasonal.

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    Want to up the game on casual, throw-on-and-go dresses? Try a style with mesh paneling for an unexpected detail.