30 Perfect Looks To Copy This September

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September in New York City is, well, kind of the dream. Weather-wise, we tend to get the best of both worlds — remnants of hot summer sweat, and a first-look at crisp autumn days — which can make for some serious sartorial creativity. So, how do you (and your wardrobe), balance two seasons at the same time?

The answer is simple: keep your options open, because you can easily go from rocking shorts and an off-the-shoulder top one day to a turtleneck and palazzo pants the next. And while the temperatures may be tricky to predict, looking good all month long isn't. From lots of layering to go-to transition pieces, we've rounded up 30 killer outfits to emulate this September.
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Give your classic shirtdress an upgrade by opting for one that has some variety of embellishments or detailing — it's the ultimate workday staple, after all.

Cartier necklace.
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If you haven't hopped on the '70s style bandwagon, next season is the perfect time to stop fearing the wide-legged pant. Bell-bottoms have never looked so good — seriously.
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Get creative with your outerwear (since it's bound to play an integrative part of your wardrobe this fall), by switching up your go-to leather jacket for a playful, printed bomber.

3.1 Philip Lim jacket, Isabel Marant Étoile dress, Céline sunglasses.
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Two variants of the same pattern can make for perfect coordination — rather than clashing.

AGL shoes.
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When tights season rolls around, become a layering pro by pairing your favorite summer frock over a simple t-shirt and cropped, flared, frayed jeans.
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This is how you wear a suit to work. Select an unexpected hue (like this light grey), and a cut that's not so structured (but still super-feminine).

Akris suit, Stuart Weitzman shoes, Jennifer Fischer necklace.
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It's not time to retire your favorite white frock just yet. F*ck the "no white after Labor Day" 'rule' by taking a summer dress into the next season, and pair it with a leather jacket, and heeled booties.
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Look to athleisure (think a simple tank and comfortable kicks) on those days you just don't feel like trying.
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Let the off-the-shoulder trend continue as the weather changes by opting for a long-sleeved version. Pair it with leather booties and a chic mini for maximum cool.

Zara shirt, Theory skirt, Chanel bag, Alexander Wang shoes.
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Wide-brim hats aren't just for laying by the pool. In fact, with the right styling, it can look as good with a bathing suit as it does with a varsity jacket and a flowing skirt.
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Let your favorite early-aughts polo shirt make a comeback in a big way. The more colorful, the better, along with wider pants to pair it with.

H&M pants, Michael Kors bag.
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Don't shy away from experimenting with metallics — whether it's a subtle pop or the whole damn look.
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We have officially found our dream fall look: a suede, front-tie maxi-dress, and the most awesome pair of fringed heels.
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Three words: layer, layer, layer. Take your go-to mom jeans and fall booties to new heights with creative styling, like trading in the usual sweater or T-shirt for a bodysuit and oversized vest.
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Because some September days are bound to be hot, keep your favorite peasant top and flowing midi-skirt near by.
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Proof that sometimes more is better. Can't decide between a playful bag, choker, or hat? Just go for it and pile it all on.

Janessa Leone hat, Delfina Delettrez necklace, J. Crew shirt, Valentino skirt.
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A simple white button-down and flared jeans get a more grown-up appeal when paired with a bomber jacket and printed platforms.

NYDJ shirt and pants, Jonathan Simkhai jacket, Tom Ford shoes, Dannijo jewelry.
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'Tis the season for trench coats, so why not rock yours as a full-on dress?
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Black-based florals can make even the daintiest and most feminine of frocks feel seasonally-appropriate. Layering with multiple jackets (which can actually make an entire look) is not required, but definitely recommended.

Club Monaco blazer, J.J. Hat Center hat, Moscot sunglasses.
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Yes, your favorite silk pajamas can definitely double as a cocktail dress. All it takes is the right pair of shoes.

Tome dress, Francesco Russo shoes.
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In a sea of blacks and browns, add some color to your wardrobe next season with some bold shades of blues or greens.

Stefanel shirt and skirt, Kokkoris Optics sunglasses.
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Loose, wide-legged boho pants are a simple, sleek way to keep (and look) cool.

Karie Lacks shirt, Anna Sui pants, Mizuki necklace.
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Sick of your same old blouse? Switch things up with a kimono-style wrap top. Pair with a maxi-skirt and classic Converse for the ultimate in comfort and style.
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So low-maintence (and so awesome), a pair of overalls might just become your wardrobe BFF come fall.

Boohoo overalls.
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Proof that you can never have too many statement-making pieces.

Rachel Comey shirt, Tibi pants, Malone Souliers shoes.
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Separates in light loose fabrics are the key to beating those awkwardly warm autumn days.
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The retro, hippie-style look is here to stay (thankfully), and a loose, long-sleeved floral frock (with some killer lace-up sandals) make for a sweet '70s pairing.

Chloé dress, Chanel bag, Emilio Pucci sunglasses.
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The versatility of a jumpsuit is something we're lucky translates to all seasons. Whether it's wide-legged, high-necked, or sleeveless, there's tons of variation for everyone — and every type of weather.

English Factory jumpsuit.
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Forget all black everything. This season, dare to be different and keep things on the lighter side — literally — in an unexpected, fully-white ensemble.
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Trade in your graphic statement tee for a bolder (and warmer) statement-making sweatshirt. The looser and cozier, the better.
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