The First Touches of Fall
A sunset that arrives sooner and is less prone to linger. A new crispness in the morning air. A cool evening breeze that promises a fresh season defined by its return to structure and school. These are the earliest signals of fall, a season that adds new texture to one’s days and wardrobe. Protracted and unpredictable, the transition from summer to fall is one of subtle style adjustments led by cozy layers: the cashmere crewneck, the ribbed turtleneck sweater, the tweed coat. These pieces share more than a neutral palette; each is realized in a textile that reveals its depth in distinctive ways.
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