jump-start your fall wardrobe

Lucky staffers reveal the pieces they want right now.

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"Skinny trousers are one of my favorite things—the tweed fabric makes this whole look distinctly autumnal."
Hope Greenberg, fashion director
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"I'm usually a pants person, but there's something so appealing about the idea of a formfitting, floor-sweeping dress: It's feminine yet bohemian and easy." Andrea Linett, creative director
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"I've been on a mission to find an oversize double-breasted blazer since last winter! It gives any outfit a cool, menswearish edge." Eleanor Strauss, senior fashion editor
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"The glamour of this minidress is kind of unbelievable: The red has such inherent drama and looks amazing against muted shades like brown or black." Anne Keane, market director
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"This skirt shape is totally new—soft and drapey in all the right places. With polka-dot tights and snakeskin heels, it feels sexy, demure, and fun at once." Lynette Pone, senior market editor
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"I never get tired of a great jacket paired with a flash of shine. What I love about this top is that the sequins are super-layered-on and huge—and somehow a little bit tough." Kim France, editor in chief

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