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Ed. Obsession: #NYFW pieces to wear this minute

Happy Fashion Week! NYFW always kicks off the unofficial start of the fall season for me, which means I’ve already started to break out the darker hues in my wardrobe: black, navy, gray and burgundy. However, the weather in Baltimore has failed to cooperate: it still feels very much like summer. I’m stuck trying to find a transition wardrobe that fits with my fall sensibilities while allowing me to still stay cool in this crazy heat.
 

Fingers crossed, a little inspiration straight from the spring runways should cure my problem: Erin Fetherston’s spring 2013 ready-to-wear collection mixes tough black leather basics (ooh!) with a touch of warmer weather accents like blush pink and pretty floral prints (ahh!).

 

I’m especially enamored with the baby pink studded jacket and this perfectly tailored floral short suit here. Tonight, I think I’ll attempt this same effect by pairing a pale pink blazer with black shorts and a floral blouse. Hello, Friday night outfit! Problem solved.
 
 


 

 
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BY JESSICA D'ARGENIO WALLER ON 9/7/2012 2:00:00 PM

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