6 Ways To Get A Jumpstart On Fall Trends

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It's around this time of the summer that Pre-Fall and Fall collections start to edge their way into stores. For those of you who're eager to bust out these new finds, we're showing how to style them for summer and fall to justify your (very laudable) impulse to stay ahead of the fashion pack. Shop away!

A Moody Maxi: Styled For Summer

A maxidress in a somber palette feels fresh amidst a sea of sun-bleached florals. Pair yours with a headscarf, raffia pouch and flat sandals for outdoor cocktails.

Rachel Zoe, Annabel Metallic Floral Fil Coupe Maxi Dress $595

A Moody Maxi: Styled For Fall

Toughen-up the feminine silhouette with flat boots and a chain-link bag. Stay cozy by adding an oversized knit and a tailored top coat.

Rachel Zoe, Annabel Metallic Floral Fil Coupe Maxi Dress $595

A Statement Blazer: Styled For Summer

Embrace menswear for evening by wearing this muted sequin blazer alone with silk shorts and Studio-54 inspired heels.

Rixey Fluid Sequin Blazer, Rachel Zoe $425

A Statement Blazer: Styled For Fall

Add a little spunk to a preppy ensemble like straight-leg denim, a boyfriend shirt and a cashmere sweater by topping it with this shimmering alternative to a schoolboy blazer.

Rixey Fluid Sequin Blazer, Rachel Zoe $425

A Demure Midi Dress: Styled For Summer

A navy dress is the perfect summer wedding-guest investment because you'll be able to wear it year round with just a little creative styling. Play it up for summer with vibrant accessories.

Poppy Off-The-Shoulder Garden Floral Lace Midi Dress, Rachel Zoe $495

A Demure Midi Dress: Style For Fall

Layer the dress over a thin turtleneck and buttery suede boots. Finish with statement earrings and a fringed cardigan.

Poppy Off-The-Shoulder Garden Floral Lace Midi Dress, Rachel Zoe $495