Like Resort (or Cruise, if you're nasty), Pre-Fall is one of those in-between seasons nobody knows the meaning of. But who are we to turn down bonus fashion? Here, 10 outstanding looks that appeared just in time for the random period known as before-autumn-but-not-spring.
Just in time for this season, which we suppose could also fall under the city-block-size umbrella that is "pre-fall," here is an extremely pretty dress made even prettier with a fur scarf tied cross-body. Look at the flats too. Delicious.
A dude! Demonstrating a girl-friendly layering technique: printed T-shirt (for contrast), jumper, half-zip, coat.
Perhaps best saved for the warmer side of pre-fall, this Wang ensemble solves the eternal problem of "How do I wear real pajamas outside but not just silky clothes that only look like PJs?" Important headwear considerations present, as well.
Modernity's answer to the going-out top.
You don't have to be a beanpole to pile on flow-y, drape-y things, then a bag worn the newest, coolest way. Tips: complementary colors and prints help. Trousers hemmed to fall just above the floor also help.
Dresses that button down the front = the real closet MVPs, because you can undo the top half to show a matching camisole/more clavicle.
How to Get Away with an Off-the-Shoulder Top, Which Might Feel Passé but Makes Everybody Feel Pretty.
Sequel: How to Continue Wearing a One-Shoulder Top Because a One-Shoulder Top Should Be Celebrated as Often as Possible.
Throw away your bra. Wear your shirts open all the way to the navel.
An addition to the list of things you should excavate from your childhood closet: halter tops to make a shirtdress feel less corporate.