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SHEfinds On TV: Your No-Fail Fall Wardrobe Checklist

September 17, 2012 by Lauren Caruso
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This morning, shopping expert and SHEfinds CEO Michelle Madhok headed to CBS affiliate WLNY to dish on what she knows best: how to build a wardrobe with the most mileage. But if you missed the segment, never fear! We’re bringing you the season’s best tips and tricks plus showing you where to buy your new fall essentials.

Casual summer Fridays are over (le sigh), which means the death of flowy dresses and sandals — it’s time to get more serious about your work wardrobe and start planning for when the weather turns so you’re not left out in the cold.

While you can still wear some of your spring holdovers in your closet, you can try to refashion them with a few tweaks. Your dresses can be paired with cardigans, booties and tights and you can probably still get away with open-toe leather sandals, too, if you’ve got them. The most important thing to keep in mind about your fall wardrobe is your clothes should be cozy yet breathable — you should always be prepared for those unpredictable days when the weather changes on a whim and it gets either too hot or too cold, but you don’t always have to carry around bulky layers. Click through the slideshow and find out how to build your no-fail fall wardrobe!

Check out more: from the best sales and deals to more of the best booties, skinny jeans and leather jackets.

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