12 Ideal Outfits for Navigating That Tricky Summer-Fall Period

Sumtumn? Fall...er? Whatever it's called, it's handled.

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Fashion is known for doing the most, but in recent times, it's embracing the maxim "Refusal is elegance." No more genders. No more waiting. No more seasons, because with global warming, who even knows anymore? Here, we offer 12 celebrity outfit ideas for riding out the end of summer/beginning of fall not just satisfactorily, but really freaking well.

<p>Did you score some tour merch but don't want to just wear it with jeans? Put a corset on it! Heels optional.&nbsp;</p>
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Kim Kardashian

Did you score some tour merch but don't want to just wear it with jeans? Put a corset on it! Heels optional. 

<p>Yours doesn't have to be Alberta Ferretti, but a ruffly, puff-sleeve dress always looks good against something hard. (The studded boots, in this case.)&nbsp;&nbsp;</p>
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Barbara Palvin

Yours doesn't have to be Alberta Ferretti, but a ruffly, puff-sleeve dress always looks good against something hard. (The studded boots, in this case.)  

<p>Will a T-shirt and jeans never *not* be an ideal outfit? Here, she's added a cardigan and neckerchief—and a straw bag, because ~summer vibes~ are infinite. (And straw bags are still very, very hot at the moment.)&nbsp;</p>
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Gigi Hadid

Will a T-shirt and jeans never *not* be an ideal outfit? Here, she's added a cardigan and neckerchief—and a straw bag, because ~summer vibes~ are infinite. (And straw bags are still very, very hot at the moment.) 

<p>You'll have to sort out eating and drinking and holding things, but aren't dinosaur arms worth it when you've bought a killer jacket but it's still&nbsp;too hot out?&nbsp;</p>
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Janelle Monáe

You'll have to sort out eating and drinking and holding things, but aren't dinosaur arms worth it when you've bought a killer jacket but it's still too hot out? 

<p>Another way to wear a fall purchase you're really&nbsp;jazzed about: with bare arms and legs. Otherwise, you'd roast.&nbsp;</p>
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Kendall Jenner

Another way to wear a fall purchase you're really jazzed about: with bare arms and legs. Otherwise, you'd roast. 

<p>Addendum: You can also adjust the skin-to-covered-up ratio to get away with a bomber.&nbsp;</p>
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Alexa Chung

Addendum: You can also adjust the skin-to-covered-up ratio to get away with a bomber. 

<p>Another shifting of the SCU ratio with over-the-knee boots and more arm. (And ab.)&nbsp;</p>
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Emily Ratajkowski

Another shifting of the SCU ratio with over-the-knee boots and more arm. (And ab.) 

<p>Looks warmish, is actually pretty breezy, given the lightweight&nbsp;fabric choice.&nbsp;</p>
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Jessica Alba

Looks warmish, is actually pretty breezy, given the lightweight fabric choice. 

<p>Even lighter weight outerwear—so lightweight that it's sheer. </p>
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Solange Knowles

Even lighter weight outerwear—so lightweight that it's sheer.

<p>If you change one thing now to coincide with the official arrival of fall, make it your footwear.&nbsp;Sandals, out. Brogues, in.&nbsp;</p>
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Taylor Schilling

If you change one thing now to coincide with the official arrival of fall, make it your footwear. Sandals, out. Brogues, in. 

<p>Personally would not attempt a knit quite yet, but Katie Holmes' off-the-shoulder styling—and <a href="http://www.marieclaire.com/fashion/news/a22483/white-after-labor-day/" target="_blank">outdated-rule flouting</a>—might have just changed our minds.</p>
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Katie Holmes

Personally would not attempt a knit quite yet, but Katie Holmes' off-the-shoulder styling—and outdated-rule flouting—might have just changed our minds.

<p>Mark my words: Slowly but surely, the early-aughts blazer-over-everything thing is on its way back. Embrace it.&nbsp;</p>
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Diane Kruger

Mark my words: Slowly but surely, the early-aughts blazer-over-everything thing is on its way back. Embrace it. 

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