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Fall Fashion at J.Crew

I have loved J.Crew ever since I bought my first grey, oversized rollneck sweater out of the catalog in 1992 (I wish I still had it). Great clothes, great price point. We chose our faves for fall from J.Crew.
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Transitioning into Fall

A warm, peach-toned jacket to get you through the fall with a pair of boyfriend shorts for
the last warm days of summer.


Mix it Up

Dress it up with grey tweed and a more formal bag.

Or, keep the color scheme and concept with a peach-colored sweater and a jean jacket instead.

The Work Week

A tweedy black sweater makes for a great work basic.


Mix it Up

Add boots for an edgier look, or switch into a red sweater and keep the rest monochromatic.

The Weekender

Loving the contrast between the bright blue jeans and the navy blue blouse. The sunglasses and handbag complete the outfit.

Mix it Up

Combine primaries with blue flats, red sunnies, a bright green belt, and a black and white striped tee.

Suiting Up

Add a pop of turquoise to your classic grey work suit.

Mix it Up

A few more light and bright options to wear with a grey wool suit.

Or, switch into a pair of blue cords, pumps and a tweed blazer for a more casual variaton on the combo.

The Classic Camel Coat

Opting for a toggle for this fall’s camel coat.

Mix it Up

A slightly more tailored approach to the camel coat, plus a rad pair of leopard pumps for contrast.

Jewel Tones

Bringing this season’s cobalt blues and deep reds together.

Mix it Up

Same jewel tone principle, using another set of components.

Prep School

Fall’s preppy must-haves: Torn jeans, a schoolboy blazer and velvet slippers.

A variation on the theme in green, with a denim top under a cable-knit sweater.

Everyday Tweed

A brown tweed coat pairs well with these bright blue jeans.


Mix it Up

Same idea with different components: A tweed blazer to pair with cobalt blue jeans.

Photographs by Paola Kudacki

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