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Dressed for Anything

Fall is the busiest season of the year for Austinites. Whether it’s a morning spent at the racetrack for Formula 1, dinner at a hot new restaurant, or a weekend getaway to Palm Springs, These layered looks make sure you’re ready for anything.

Above: Coat by Isabel Marant, $875; Shoes by Marni, $920; both available at By George. Dress by Shakuhachi, $242, Available at Hoiden Supply Company. | Below: Hat by Lack of Color, $125; Scarf by Age of Reason, $99; Shoes by Intentionally Blank, $228; Sunglasses by Raen, $135; Backpack by Mackage, $559; all available at Hoiden Supply Company. Ring by PILLVR, $175; available at Dress by Crippen, $465.

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Jumpsuit by Tina & Jo, $180; Jacket by Lovers & Friends, $180; both available at Cove Boutique. Shoes by Miista,$205; Hoiden Supply Company.

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Top by Just Female, $108; Pants by Amuse Society ‘Atwood Pant’ $69; Necklace by Soko, ‘Two Way Choker’ $70; all available at Hoiden Supply Company.

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Top by Antik Batik, $398; available at Cove Boutique. Shorts by Just Female, $98; available at Hoiden Supply Company. Jacket by Levi’s Vintage (stylist’s own). Shoes by Chie, $395; Handbag by Chloe, $1,950; both available at By George.

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Left: Top by Suno, $495; Pants by Suno, $595; Shoes by Celine, $680, available at By George. | Right: Handbag by Celine, $2,200; available at By George. Scarf by Age of Reason, $99; available at Hoiden Supply Company. Sunglasses by Ray Ban (Editor’s own).


Photography by Steven Visneau | Styling by Marlene Goodfleisch |Assistant Stylist Molly Harris | Hair + Makeup by Shae Foster & Ivy Warner of Naava Salon | Model Bridget of Wallflower Management | Shot on location at Sawyer & Co.


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