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[Chelsae Anne Photography]

Blazer: H&M $20 (after sale)/Top: (c/o) Joie via Marshalls $59.99/Skinnys: (c/o) Hollister via Marshalls $19.99/Booties: (c/o) Guess via Marshalls $49.99/Bag: (c/o) Marshalls $24.99/Earrings: Francesca’s Collection $14/Bracelets: Off Saks Fifth Avenue & Charming Charlie $10-25 each

Though I love summer, I can’t help but get excited for fall since it’s right around the corner and I’ve seen like three million photos from bloggers on Instagram about New York Fashion Week (yes, I heard the Ralph Lauren 4D show was insane). So, to get ahead of the trend curve, I went ahead and put together this look to inspire you to get ready for fall a little early this year and to start looking for essential pieces that can be worn now and easily transition into autumn.

To start, these pants are perfect for the weekend, dinner on the town or for a quick trip to the city. They are flexible, comfortable and would look super cool with a pair of sneakers or a slouchy sweater. I paired mine with a structured black top from Joie (normally $120, but scored for $59.99 at Marshalls) to add a touch of sophistication, but you could easily mix and match them with just about anything in your closet because this color is so versatile and on-trend this season.

Booties are a MUST-HAVE accessory for fall – trust me, they can be such a chic alternative to pumps. I found this adorbs peep-toe pair from Guess at Marshalls for $50, but I’m pretty sure there are a ton of different styles in-stores now.

Not only is fringe so HOT this season, but it’s playful and makes just about anything  you’re wearing look expensive. I love this bag because it’s roomy and big enough to accommodate my kitchen sink and/or anything you may need for day tripping to the city. The best part? It only cost $25.

I threw a classic cropped blazer over my shoulder and tossed on a couple studded bracelets to polish it off. I’d say this look is killer, wouldn’t you agree? (Thank you Marshalls!)

Share your thoughts below and feel free to comment on what items you’ve already scored for fall!

Happy Wednesday!

Xo, Stephanie

Project Fab

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