After checking out ModCloth's latest fall look I noticed several knit pieces in the collection along with items that can be layered on to the warm wardrobe. I found some items that would work well together along with a few knitting patterns that you can use to create a similar look for your fall wardrobe. Take a look at the comparison of items that you can either purchase or knit yourself and decide if you want to take on the knitting challenge and create something on your own similar to the new fall styles. *note this page contains affiliate links
ModCloth's all wrapped up in the latest fall look -- layers! Layering is more than just slipping on a sweater. It's about mixing and matching patterns, playing with silhouettes, and cozying up in a fresh autumn aesthetic. ModCloth has culled a gorgeous collection of jackets, tights, cardis, and eye-catching third-pieces, plus style staples to build your outfit upon. The outfit possibilities are endless -- what layered looks will YOU create?
Truth or Flare Pants | Mod Retro Vintage - These knit pants from Modcloth are enhanced with panels of crocheted lace at the ankles, these boldly flared bell bottoms are a no-brainer addition to your sensationally daring style.
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Always a Prep Ahead Cardigan | Mod Retro Vintage - Modcloth sweater Bring your flair to first place with this scholarly cardi! Layering on its crisp navy and ash grey colorblocking - speckled with marigold and red flecks - is a surefire strategy for elevating your prim vibes to the fashionable forefront.
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Engineer and Dear Top - Modcloth Sweater Your latest design project takes inspiration from this lovely knit tank. Motivated by the smoke grey hue, turtleneck, and high-low hem of this side-vented top, you’re thrilled that your flair for versatility, timelessness, and modernity contribute to both your professional and personal style!
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When you sport these grey socks, you’re guaranteed to have a ‘grape’ day! Showcasing bunches of purple grapes and brightly labeled bottles of wine, this playful pair makes the time 'til happy hour fly by
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