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Not sure what style to go for this season? Want some new game-changing style staples for fall? We found them on Lyst! Here is some inspiration for you on how to spice up your cold weather looks.

Backpack

Backpacks are not only a a fun accessory, but also a dramatic addition to the most glamorous looks. For fall, look for a leather backpack which is the most chic iteration of the modern silhouette – and one that can be dressed up or down in an instant. Perfect for the modern woman on the go, a it is an edgy alternative to your wear-everywhere tote.

Peep toe boots

Peep toe booties return with a lot of advantages: they are totally versatile, stylish, sophisticated and…they let your feet breathe! Ideal for the not-so-hot, not-so-cold weather, they provide as many styling options as you can imagine. To pull off the trend, look to Gwen Stefani who mixes them with chic transitional layers.

Furry coat

Brightly coloured and shaggily textured, a voluminous shearling coat is a statement cover-up that will amp up the attitude. To accessorize this bold piece, opt for fitted clothes such as tailored pants and heeled booties as of accessories to create a cool contrast. According to fall fashion reports, this season you should wear your outerwear with matching clothing.

Shift dress

Office staple that will never retire. Chic shift dresses are a perfect layering device for fall. In graphic patterns, bright colours and more, they make your office wear both stylish and comfortable. The contemporary sshift dress tyles are kept luxe with deeply hued fabric and understated accessories.

Pussy bow blouse

Lightweight silk and a bold print make a pussy bow blouse a favourite for work or play. You can buy it on sale or look for a vintage style at your grandma’s wardrobe. Once you have it, tuck your romantic blouse with a bow neckline into tailored pants or keep it youthful with flared denim.

How do you spice up your fall looks? Do you wear any of these styles? Leave your comment below.


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