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Your Fall Wardrobe Is Inside

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Fall is the most exciting season to shop for, hands down. Sweaters, jackets, boots, and jeans — those are all a lot more fun to buy than, say, bathing suits and denim shorts. And that’s because fall is all about more. More layers, more textures, more colors. The only downside: That often translates to more money spent on rounding out your closet (you know, the one that you just cleaned out).

This season, we’ve combed through what’s currently in stores to bring you more than 200 of the best things you can buy right now, broken down into categories of pants, denim, sweaters, tops, and dresses. (If you’re looking for boots, head here; if you’re looking for coats, stay tuned.)

Using the filters provided, select your category, and from there, your size and desired price range. For simplicity’s sake, we’ve broken it down into two size brackets: straight size, which is typically 0 through 12, and plus-size, which is typically 14 through 28. One dollar sign translates to under $75, two is under $150, and three is anything over that.

And that’s pretty much all you need to hear from us. Go ahead and choose your own adventure. Tiffany Yannetta, shopping director

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Plus, keep scrolling for even more fall shopping picks from the Racked editors! 

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Forget boots or seasonal drinks or saving money on my electric bill because I can finally turn off my AC — sweaters are without question the best part of fall finally deciding to show up.

And why wouldn’t they be? Sweaters are the one piece of clothing that are comfy enough to wear sprawled out all over your couch and put-together enough to be part of your day-to-day wardrobe, regardless of where you’re going or what you’ll be doing there. They’re impossible to not like (even if you aren’t as excited about them as I am) thanks to the fact that you can find one to suit any style — neutral or rainbow-colorblocked, cable-knit or cashmere.

Check out over a dozen of our favorite styles below; some are from mall brands like H&M and Mango, while others come from contemporary lines like La Ligne and Dôen. Regardless of which ones you’re into, we have no doubt that you’ll want to wear them all season long.

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Where to Buy a Quality Leather Jacket
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I don’t need to explain to anyone that leather jackets look cool. They’ve been iconic since Schott introduced the first motorcycle jackets in the 1920s, and bad boys and girls of every era, from Elvis and James Dean in the ’50s to Madonna and Debbie Harry in the ’80s, have made a leather jacket a part of their uniform.

These days pretty much everyone has (or wants) one in their closet, rebel or not. Accordingly, most fashion brands make their own version, but that doesn’t mean all are created equally. Here, I’ve outlined brands in a bunch of different price ranges that make great leather jackets. Since you know the classic shape won’t go out of style and you want this thing to last years, it’s definitely an article of clothing you could consider investing in. But since everybody’s budgets are different, we’re starting the range at under $100 (for faux leather) and capping it at just over a grand. Whatever you’re willing to spend, you can definitely find the perfect moto jacket on this list.

ZaraIf you don’t have a huge budget (from a style perspective, at least), the fast-fashion retailer makes some of the best faux leather jackets on the market. Season after season, you can expect a range of classic and super trendy options; we’ve also gotten tips that they hold up after years of wear. Zara now makes “premium” real leather jackets, too, that start at $169, if you feel comfortable buying leather from them.

LTH JKT: Aside from scoping out designer sales, this newcomer is probably the best place to buy a leather jacket for less than $600 (they start at $450). There are a handful of classic cuts and colors available, most made from super-soft lamb leather. The factory that makes the jackets is a part-owner of the brand, which is why it’s able to offer such a premium product for so cheap.

Wilsons Leather: Wilsons is one of those brands that was everywhere in the ’90s, so you’ll always see it in vintage stores. As such, some of their many styles can feel a bit outdated, but the moto jackets are a classic, and you won’t find better plus-size options anywhere (especially in the $150–$300 price range).

Veda: If you have a bit more money to spend, this NYC-based independent designer makes gorgeous leather jackets that are classic while also being very 2017 (see: the removable millennial pink fur princess collar and square front pockets on the Freeman Jacket, plus this deep hunter green moto jacket).

AllSaints: The British contemporary fashion label is known for its leather jackets for a reason. AllSaints consistently offers a ton of classic and trend-driven options every season, with most priced around $600. This is the place to go IRL if you want to try on a bunch of options before picking one out.

The Arrivals: Here’s another option for those who can spend a bit more, especially if you’re into harder details (the brand’s signature look includes heavy horizontal channelling on the arms, so you’ll look extra badass). Prices start at $695 and run up to $1,195.

The Cast: This small boutique in New York City’s Lower East Side is the place to go if you want an authentic punk moto jacket. The brand makes a number of off-the-rack versions that start at $395 and run up to more than $1,300. If you really want something special, the husband-and-wife team behind the label will make you a custom jacket in any color or type of leather (check out this page for inspiration).

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Everything on this page at The Outnet is an extra 30% off right now, and the selection of skirts is particularly great. There’s a Rag + Bone midi skirt with a two-way zipper for $138.25, an olive 3.1 Phillip Lim tie-waist skirt for $110.60, a suede Current/Elliott skirt with buttons down the front for $164.64, and this fun Opening Ceremony number for $124.42, for starters. You can also shop stuff like crossbody bags from Alexander Wang and Elizabeth and James for under $200 and Alice + Olivia sweaters for under $100.

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