Here at Who What Wear, we firmly believe in the importance of balance. On any day you might find us rearranging furniture to change the office's energy, manipulating our outfits to strike the perfect current-meets-timeless note, or even trying to kibbutz with friends amidst our oversized workloads! However, this September things are slightly out of whack: physically, we're reveling in the glorious Indian summer, but mentally and sartorially, we're decidedly focused on fall. Who could blame us for this split, especially considering all the amazingly diverse autumnal trends? On one hand, the minimalist aesthetic is tapping into our fashion-minded psyches with its sophisticated neutral paletteÂ--um, hello Vince's Leather Dress ($595)Â--while, on the other end, sequins, shearling, and animal accents are channeling our inner drama queenÂ--that means you, Topshop's Leopard Leather Shoulder Bag ($80)! Yet for us, the thrill we get from these great pieces is not just discovering these key items, but getting to spotlight them for you, dear readers. After all, we want you to have harmonious wardrobesÂ--even if we don't! On that note of alignment, perhaps you'd like to jumpstart your cold-weather wardrobe with some seventies-inspired shearling; we like ASOS' Arctic Suede Crepe Wedges ($93), which would look totally Kate Moss-worthy with a pair of Balmain-esque moto jeans. Lusting after Alexa Chung's spot-on transitional-weather style? We recommend slipping into Boutique's adorable Pleat Pinafore ($125) with Ferragamo-like ballet flats. Or, if it's MOD Jessica Hart's brand of city-cool chic you're itching to bring to life, opt for Edun's Patchwork Cotton Parka Jacket ($560) with some lace-up boots. However you decide to attain wardrobe Zen (with Pamela Love's Arrowhead Necklace ($1325), perhaps!), we have all the pieces you needÂ--and moreÂ--in our Shop the Closet section so that spiritual-sartorial stasis is only a mouse click away. Happy shopping!Â--Liza Kaplan

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