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Marcus Kirby
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If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’re a) a Net-a-Porter enthusiast, b) a Zara fanatic, c) a Nordstrom loyalist, or d) all of the above (that’s me!). And whichever way your heart sways, this is the roundup for you. I recently had the pleasure of going through all three sites and choosing my top picks from each for the season ahead, and all I can say is that my shopping carts have never been so full. (I’m pretty sure you’ll be able to relate by the time you finish reading this story.) Of course, it’s totally worth it, because not only are these finds too good to pass up, but I’ve also got something for every price point and a range of categories, including knitwear, coats, and boots. In short, consider this your one-stop shop for all things fall (and some things winter). Ready to start shopping? Just keep scrolling.

If I was a bride-to-be, you could bet I'd be considering this for my rehearsal dinner or something.

These will look as good with paints as they will with dresses and skirts.

Often imitated, never duplicated.

Classic with a twist.

I love a jacket that also doubles as a top.

This print!

I've seen these boots all over Instagram, and I can't pretend it's not making me want them.

Plus, the pants to complete the look of course.

A sweater, but also a going-out top.

How many little black embossed bags is too many?

Good enough for Rosie, good enough for me.

Classic, but so fresh-feeling.

Oh, and it's reversible, with denim on the other side.

Hello, dream party dress.

Note how this coat instantly elevates a simple outfit like a white tee, jeans, and sneakers.

Great price, great reviews, great cardigan,

A must-have.

Topshop has some of my favorite under-$100 boots and I love the ease of buying them from Nordstrom.

There are so many good faux-leather pieces this season that it's impossible to choose just one.

We all need at least one fall dress to wear with boots.

I'm very into miniskirts. 

Wear it alone or layered.

The perfect fall-to-winter coat.

If I had these, I think I'd wear them all the time.

This looks five times its price.

How many black going-out tops is too many?

The skirt you'll wear with ankle boots every week.

You can't go wrong with anything in snake print this season.

Wow, wow, wow.

I don't even know why I like these so much, but I just do.

And of course you need the matching pants.

This one is definitely going to sell out fast.

In case you don't like to go too basic with your knits.

If I still lived in L.A., these would be an acceptable fall footwear choice.


The sweater is the first step in copying this entire outfit.

This is what I call an outfit-maker.

I take my loungewear very seriously.

More good, black boots.

A layering necessity.

Exactly the length I'm into right now.

Witchy in the best way possible.

Next: Shop 22 of this week's best new arrivals.

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