On Our Radar: Fall Wardrobe Staples

The seven wardrobe essentials we are stocking our closets with this season.
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Adelia Sweater - Doen

Adelia Sweater - Doen

We don't have a long list of wardrobe needs — not for a lack of want, but more because we are at the place where we shop for seasonal necessities and appreciate fewer, timeless items that are  beautifully made. A mix of new and vintage, these seven (including the cozy, gorgeous Doen sweater above) wardrobe staples will be on heavy rotation and in our closets for seasons to come. 

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Her New Tribe just launched a statement handmade ceramic accessories line a few weeks ago and we officially want them all.

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Versatile, beautiful and ethical — Tribe Alive's Easy Dress in Bone will stand as both dress and tunic for us, as we rely heavily on layering in our corner of the world.

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Does it get more quintessentially fall than Vintage FRYE Boots? This pair is perfectly broken in, yet still with a full second life ahead. 

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Our pick for the trench of the season: the denim duster

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An updated corduroy pant that has the potential to replace our everyday denim. 

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A classic graphic tee with a simple message we can get behind from one of our favorite indie retailers. 

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