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Angie Dress from Mabella Chic

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What: Transitioning from summer to fall requires some easy-to-layer looks, and this aqua polo dress will brighten up the season's warm oranges and oxblood reds.

Where: Mabella Chic

Cost: $110

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Style It: Blues, greens, yellows, and oranges brightly set off each other in this outfit. Top the turquoise Mabella Chic dress with a two-tone blue blazer from The Row. Accessorize with Carven's mustard suede pumps, Lulu Frost deco earrings in aqua and amber, a pumpkin leather J. Crew bag, and a garnet ring from Monica Vinader.

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