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J Crew Fall 2016

Here we go again, the wacky fashion cycle begins. Winter isn't over yet, I can hardly think about my spring and summer wardrobe, yet I'm looking ahead to fall. There have been some interesting articles lately where some designers are changing the way fashion presents itself to the consumer. I won't rehash it all but the New York Times had an interesting article about it here and Racked had one here 

On to J Crew's fall 2016 line. I haven't shopped there in quite some time. For a period I loved everything they did. They had great basics with lots of unique and whimsical items. Based on what I'm seeing for fall, I may poke my head in there again. Some of my favorite looks are below.

I'm loving the trumpet skirt paired with menswear inspired loafers and chunky knits. I personally don't think I can pull of this whole look but there are bits of it that would work for me (the skirt and the shoes).

One thing I think J Crew has always done well is its outerwear and this navy coat with the gold buttons is no exception.

The varying lengths and layering in this outfit is what does it for me. 

I'm really into this cropped flare silhouette lately and I'm planning to don this type of look come spring when my bare ankles are safe again! I recently bought a super fabulous Michael Kors suit which has trousers with a similar shape and I'm so excited to wear them (video on that here). 

Here's that pant silhouette again but in denim. I've got my eye on a similar pair by 10 Crosby Derek Lam for spring. 

And the PINK! I just love it. I can totally see myself in this color head to toe. But why do I have to wait for fall??!!

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