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Needing a fall wardrobe upgrade?
Friday only, a ton of fall essentials from Lands’ End are up to 50 percent off at Amazon. All types of layers, like tees, sweatshirts, sweaters, cardigans and more are on sale at the perfect time. Below, check out some of our favorite items on sale now:
For cold offices, commutes to work and weekends by the fire, a cardigan is a fall necessity.
An open cardigan can immediately slim any figure, making torsos look long and lean, and a neutral color like gray or black can be worn over and over.
A black turtle neck is every woman’s cold weather best friend. Nothing looks more classy (or more fall) than a pair of dark-washed jeans and a black top. Plus, it’ll keep you warm and it matches everything.
A warm and cozy fleece jacket is perfect for pumpkin patches, carnivals and flea markets. This added layer comes with a cool collar that adds some flare.
A cable-knit sweater adds texture to any outfit. The cozy look fits almost every occasion.
Looking for a go-to sweater you can throw on over anything? This top-selling quarter zip goes well with jeans, dress pants and everything in between.
Having a flannel for the fall is as necessary as having shorts for the summer. The cool look can be worn under vests, above tees or below quarter zips.
If you don’t have a turtleneck in your closet, it’s time to add one. While it looks great on its own with a pair of jeans or khakis, this shirt is a perfect first layer below vests, crewnecks and flannels.
A charcoal tee gives any outfit more depth than it would’ve had with a plain old black look. The material is nice enough to wear on its own, but breathable enough to wear under sweaters and sweatshirts.
This classy option is perfect for work and beyond — chances are, nobody but you will know it’s a flannel.
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