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Wool Fringe Poncho from Waisted Vintage

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What: With September around the corner, the possibility of wrapping up in one of fall's many cozy options, including capes, ponchos, and capelets seen in lines from Chloé, Gareth Pugh, and Bill Blass. This vintage, wool cover-up blends the warming trend with a delightfully '70s palette of orange, chocolate, and ivory -- another trend that's appeared in runways and editorials since spring.

Where: Waisted Vintage

Cost: $47

Style It: On a chilly desert night the '70s poncho covers up a neutral ensemble of mixed patterns and gold-tone sandy browns. A Brian Rae-print shirt from Marni tops off Sass & Bide metallic scale-print jeans and glossy, burgundy leather Chelsea boots by Church's. Hearty, casual accessories like a mini leather, saddle-inspired Chloé purse and Chan Luu braided cotton friendship bracelets complete the look.

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