The Wool Pieces We Want for Fall

With fall right around the corner, we're filling our wish lists with cozy wool pieces that will keep us warm through the chilliest months of the year.

With fall right around the corner, we're filling our wish lists with cozy wool pieces that will keep us warm through the chilliest months of the year. Read on for our seasonal inspiration from the Fall 2012 runways.
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rag & bone

Forgo the usual monochrome coat and opt for a colorful, striped version like this wool piece by rag & bone.

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Rodarte

A belted blanket sweater can double as a coat during the crisp, fall months.

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Michael Kors

Yes, we're in the midst of a major '90s resurgence, but we're confident that buffalo check will never go out of style. We're lusting over this wool piece from the Michael Kors fall collection.

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Comme des Garcons

If you're feeling daring, invest in a piece that really brings the drama, like this fiery wool coat by Comme des Garcons.

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The Art of Merino
From nature, comes the premium fiber called Merino, the world’s finest and softest wool. It is passionately produced by Australian farmers who have worked with nature for over 200 years, grazing their sheep on vast grassland pastures. Merino is rich in natural properties that inspire the world’s leading fashion designers, and the fiber’s unique benefits carry through to the luxuriously soft and stylish apparel crafted from it. The fleece of Merino sheep is the start of… the art of Merino.
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Ralph Lauren

Take a page out of the Annie Hall stylebook and stock up on menswear this season. These wool trousers and cropped jacket are perfect examples of the boy-meets-girl sensibility.

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Marc Jacobs

Choose a coat in an unexpected cut or shape, like this one from the whimsical Marc Jacobs fall collection.

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Emporio Armani

Instead of a basic wool blazer, opt for one in a pattern—we suggest houndstooth or polka dot, like these at Armani.

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The Row

A classic camel coat is always a good investment. This wool masterpiece is from The Row, designed by the CFDA Award-winning Olsen twins.

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The Art of Merino
From nature, comes the premium fiber called Merino, the world’s finest and softest wool. It is passionately produced by Australian farmers who have worked with nature for over 200 years, grazing their sheep on vast grassland pastures. Merino is rich in natural properties that inspire the world’s leading fashion designers, and the fiber’s unique benefits carry through to the luxuriously soft and stylish apparel crafted from it. The fleece of Merino sheep is the start of… the art of Merino.
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Oscar de la Renta

Pastels were huge on the Spring 2012 runways, and they made a seamless transition into fall. This pair of baby blue wool pants by Oscar de la Renta is an easy piece to carry you between seasons.

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Diane von Furstenberg

Biker jackets don't only come in leather—Diane von Furstenberg proved that a wool version can be just as cool.

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Nobody's Made a Bigger Mark in Fashion
Few symbols are as trusted by as many people, in as many countries, as the Woolmark. Much more than a logo, it is an internationally recognized hallmark of quality, and a guarantee that any fabric which carries it has been made with an entirely renewable natural resource. Since its first appearance in 1964 the Woolmark has appeared on more than 5 billion products.
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