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August 22, 2012 10:07 AM | By Ysolt Usigan
How to Transition Your Summer Stuff Into Fall

Don’t automatically pack up your summer stuff and get it ready for storage. There’s still some life left in your hi-lo skirts, summer dresses and even swimwear. Here, we give you the proper equations to make your warm-weather pieces work for cold-weather months



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  • Flat Sandals (© Photo: Piperlime.com & JCrew.com)
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