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Fall Essentials with Frame - By Cassie Gill

Fall Essentials with Frame - By Cassie Gill

Fashion’s favorite season is upon us: we’re talking about Fall, of course. From cozy sweaters to classic wool coats, September is the perfect month to refresh a tired wardrobe. We’ve pulled some of our favorite must-haves from FRAME to help you stylishly transition into the cooler weather. Early favorites include the day-to-night boyfriend blazer (perfect with a pair of FRAME’s denim, loved by celebs like Hailey Baldwin, Gigi Hadid and Karlie Kloss), the essential cashmere and wool Double Face Wrap Coat and FRAME’s ultra flattering “24 Hour” skinny jean. Grab a pumpkin spice latte and keep scrolling for our top picks from this Los Angeles based label with a distinctly European vibe.

Shirred Bomber ($625)

Bomber jackets have proven one thing: they’re here to stay. This chic nude colored version (a go-to shade for Kim Kardashian) offers a feminine take on the sporty zip-up, pairing effortlessly with FRAME’s “Le Original Jeans” ($359) or a classic skinny. On a warmer day, try the bomber with a mini skirt and booties for a playful vibe. Bonus: this shirred version is warm enough for the cooler days, and layers well with your favorite wool scarf or a FRAME sweater.

Double Face Wrap Coat ($1,190)

No wardrobe is complete without this forever classic. This gorgeous, timeless staple is a luxurious blend of wool and cashmere guaranteed to take you through the fall and winter months in style. The definition of versatility, the coat is a go-to for just about any occasion. Wear it over a suit for work, with jeans and sneakers for weekend errands, or with a pair of stilettos for a night on the town.

Off-White Boyfriend Blazer ($800)

The shining star of FRAME’s Fall collection -- you just can’t go wrong with this gorgeous blazer. A cozy wool, off-white shade guaranteed to turn heads, this slightly oversized jacket can be worn with dozens of different outfits. Casual and elegant, rock it work with dress pants, pair it with jeans or throw it on over a mini dress. For a different look, try belting the blazer or adding your favorite brooch.

Crochet Crew Sweater ($495)

A feminine sweater with a decidedly retro vibe. This throwback style is fitting with the revived ‘70s trend (think bell bottoms and denim skirts) and can easily be paired with your favorite pair of jeans to a skirt or dress pants. Try an equestrian vibe with camel leather leggings and riding boots, or pair it with a wool trouser for an office look. 

Wrap Puffer ($930)

Bundle up on a cooler day with this essential. A departure from the classic zip-up, this runway-ready version offers a chic belt-wrap closure, making it dressy enough for a night out -- but still wearable with a casual sweatsuit, jeans, or for a day on the slopes. Keep this one around for cool Fall nights right through to the chilly Winter months.

Fleece Mix Pullover ($550)

Everything old is new again -- including those early ‘90s inspired fleece pull-overs (just ask Travis Scott). Not your dads’ sweater, this elevated version features camel leather trim and nylon details. A must-have for a mountain getaway, rock it apres ski with combat or hiking boots and wool leggings -- or style it with a throwback denim ensemble.

Fleece Mix Jacket ($625)

Swap your usual leather jacket for this fleece version. A classic moto style, this cool number features the same leather details from the Fleece Mix Pullover. Add a streetwear vibe to a dress or rock it casual with your favorite pair of FRAME jeans. Keep this one handy for the cooler winter months.

24 Hour Jean ($310) 

A closet necessity for every woman. A fresh style by Frame for Fall 2020, this skinny black jean is made out of super comfy stretch denim, making it the perfect all day choice (hence the name, “24 Hour Jean”). FRAME is beloved by celebrities like Taylor Swift and Miranda Kerr for their impeccable fit, and this cut is no exception. Once you try these comfy and flattering jeans, you won’t want to wear anything else.

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