Michael Kors went the tomboy route for Pre-Fall and it was glorious: camel coats layered over boyfriend button-downs and school-boy gray trousers; pleated-front checked trousers and white sneakers with warm woolly sweaters; satchels, sparkling lapel brooches, and luxurious, college-striped scarves. Given our propensity for black on black, we’re particularly fond of the above look 20. An oversized turtleneck that you can roll up at the sleeves is always a good wardrobe staple, and here it is given a little bit of punk-rock insouciance by the asymmetric pleated skirt and black belt casually hanging from the waist. Plus, just look at those black-and-white boots—part riding boot, part Wellington boot, and entirely country chic.
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