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The Official Racked Fall Shopping Guide

It's been over a decade since my last first day of school, and yet I’m still drunk with that new-things-for-fall anticipation by mid-August. Boyfriend sweaters, wool miniskirts, penny loafers — the season’s classics are everything I’d like to wear year-round (and, in cyclical fashion, everything I could wear year-round growing up in Northern California).

In New York we get a week of real fall, maybe two if we’re lucky. A brief and blissful stretch during which you have a summer tan and you get to throw on an extra layer. Whether you celebrate with jeans or a pencil skirt, a blazer or booties, you can show off your favorite outfit without sweating through it or hiding under a coat. It’s the most wonderful time of the year — to shop.

The past few years, however, as fashion’s started to panic and retail has descended into chaos, you might have noticed everything’s starting to look the same: This season’s off the shoulder top, fall’s velvet shoe, winter’s oversized puffer. To find something different, the Vetements-like rebelliousness without the Vetements-like price point, has become harder than ever.

It’s why I’ve been scouring New York’s best consignment stores and Brooklyn’s hard-to-reach boutiques to feed my fever for something fresh. And it’s why our fall shopping guide might look a little different than everything else you’ve seen so far this month.

There’s no trick to wearing what we’re showing off, no stylist necessary. You can throw these sweaters and boots on with what you already own and love and, more importantly, it won’t cost you a month’s rent to add most of it to your wardrobe. No one must-have here, just plenty of things that will make getting dressed in the morning more fun — which is what shopping should be. — Britt Aboutaleb, Editor-in-Chief

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Denim has been getting a lot of affection from designers lately, maturing from the cocoon of jean jackets and 501s to more sophisticated silhouettes. “Casual” is in the fabric’s DNA, and this new breed of blue jean is never stuffy (even in hands of Victoria Beckham — proof is in the swingy minidress from the designer).

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Victoria Victoria Beckham dress, $470.
Courtshop jacket, $188
See more great denim looks here
Where to Buy a Not-Boring Coat

Cold weather is so much more bearable when you’re wrapped in a coat you’re actually excited to put on. Break out of the cycle of depressing black outerwear; winter doesn’t have to be a months-long funeral procession.

Colorful, textural coats like the seven we have here are more versatile than you might assume. Just pick a style that coordinates with the bags and boots in your wardrobe and you’ll be good to go all season long.

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Nika Tang jacket, $680
The Arrivals bomber, $425
Find more fall jackets here
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