Lazy Girl's easy approach to fashion requires lots of well-tailored pieces that are easy to mix and match. Thankfully, fall's new hemline, the "midi" length (which hits anywhere between the bottom of the knee and mid-shin) flatters most figures and makes finding work-appropriate outfits a no-brainer. When looking for these low-dipping hemlines, pick a darker hue, like this black Brioni pencil skirt, to help elongate legs, and always opt for a heel to enhance the appearance of toned calves.
When investing in one of the pricier leather pieces (or cruelty-free imitations) popping up this season, buy an article that will have a lifespan beyond this season. Our pick for fall is a revamped motorcycle jacket, like this Derek Lam zip-up. The best part for all you Lazy Girls: a cropped, fitted jacket will go just as well with jeans and a tee as it will with a saucy cocktail dress.
The old rule of thumb no longer applies: white is officially fine to wear post-Labor Day. When searching out tops and bottoms in fresh, bright snowy shades, just remember that fit is key. White fabrics attract light (and the eye), meaning your imperfections will be on display. So, seek out styles that gently hang over (not hug) your frame.