If you ask us, the only bad thing about fall shopping is that it has to end. Luckily, with the season already in full swing, we're here to be your autumnal shopping enablers—we fully support your habit, and we won't apologize for it.
To help guide you in your journey to keep growing your fall wardrobe, we enlisted the help of our resident stylist, Marissa Webb. We initially asked her to select just one item she's still adding to her closet this season, but like many women with shopping habits, she couldn't choose just one.
"It's hard to select just one piece that would work for every woman," she told us. "These items are a few items on my personal hit list."
Keep scrolling to see which items Webb thinks you should still be adding to your closet this fall!
I'm always reaching for transitional pieces that I can incorporate into my wardrobe during the freezing New York winters.
Banana Republic Double-Breasted Long Vest ($90)
Feminine blouses and tops can take you from day to night, and they're great when it's time for the holidays. Lace is a big trend right now.
Thigh-high boots are great for keep the legs warm with your dresses and skirts. Stuart Weitzman has some great, interesting colors right now. They are worth checking out!
The cropped trouser is a big trend, and it works for the office or for weekend attire. Besides heels, I pair mine with ankle boots.
ZAC Zac Posen Parker Pleated-Front Trouser Pants ($490)
Maxi dresses are such an easy choice for quick and comfortable dressing. Pair them with casual boots or flats for day, and swap into something with a heel for evening.
Étoile Isabel Marant Shania Floral-Print Wrap Dress ($630)
Equipment Racquel Silk-Charmeuse Maxi Dress ($400)
A statement bag is worth investing in since you can use it for multiple seasons and even bring it back several years later. I'm looking for more structured bags at the moment.
Proenza Schouler Medium PS11 Shoulder Bag ($2125)
Zeus + Dione Attik Tasseled Leather Shoulder Bag ($355)