fashion copycat

november 2008

This is a perfect example of an unusual combination done exactly right: pairing lightweight, warm-weather pieces with heavier, wintry items. The key is to keep the palette muted, using darker, boxy pieces framing the inner layers.
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With pared-down lines and a detachable hood, this has a relaxed-yet-sophisticated appeal.

Cotton, $395, Seven for All Mankind, revolveclothing.com

The classic jean jacket, with a boxy cut and a slightly antique finish.

Cotton, $60, American Living, jcpenney.com

Stripes and pockets are charming flourishes on this cotton dress.

Cotton blend, $184, Marc by Marc Jacobs, net-a-porter.com

Slouchy and bohemian, in a lush shade of burgundy.

Suede, $525, Joie, shopbop.com

A frothy scarf in a subtle beige really pulls together other contrasting hues.

Linen blend, $88, Lovequotes, singer22.com

Ladylike with an edge: The studded flaps have a gladiator-like vibe.

Leather, $285, Charm & Luck, ebags.com

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