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So perhaps we’re a little bit excited for fall? Lots of autumnal shades in this week’s Friday roundup, including some baby Carhartt, a whole bunch of North Face and Patagonia fleeces, and a set of deviled-egg dishes.
For fellows out there who want to say “I’m together” without making a fuss about it, these black suede chukka boots will do the job.
This running jacket is made from breathable, water-repellent fabric and has “reflective details” so folks can see you at night.
This cherry-strewn bralette is meant to “peep out.”
The navy stripes make this peasant top not overly cutesy.
In keeping with our accidental rusty-orange theme this week, there’s this fleece-lined zip up from North Face. According to one happy reviewer: “Flattering and the wifey is impressed.”
What, pray thee tell, is cuter than baby Carhartt?
It’s hard to tell from this image, but this Columbia windbreaker is adorned with subtle, playful polka dots.
A slinky going-out top from Reformation that’s available in regular and plus sizes.
And a slinky going-out jumpsuit.
If there is a child obsessed with unicorns in your life.
Or if they’re more of a Deadhead.
It works out to under $2 a nail polish.
Some special Copa Mundial men’s sneaks from Adidas.
If you’re planning a trip to Lisbon in the near future (and, honestly, who isn’t?), these Wallpaper City Guides are quite handy.
Riding high on the excitement of Drew Barrymore’s new kids line for Walmart, we went back to see if anything from her regular home line was on sale. Turns out, this lovely Matouk-looking pink embroidered sheet set is now $44.
Backcountry’s having a fleece sale, wherein select fleeces — like Patagonia’s classic Better Sweater — are an extra 20 percent off at checkout.
This would pair nicely with the above jeans.
Top off the new outfit we created for you with this Kara circle bag.
A dramatic Ganni number for any fancy fall events that may be on the horizon.
The white stitching here on this zip-around 3.1 Phillip Lim wallet is a nice touch.
Deviled eggs would look great atop these melamine plates from Dansk.
That same ’80s-era architect would have kept his reference books in this yellow rolling bookcase.
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