Get It While It’s Hot: In God We Trust Rocks Fall 2017

Hey babes. We love the change of seasons for a few reasons: themed holidays, fancy drinks, new projects, great shows, and art. And, one of our top favorite reasons? New clothes. Oh yes, it’s one of the best things—what new pieces can add some fit and flair to your wardrobe?

In God We Trust (70 Greenpoint Ave) outdid themselves again this season. With clean lines, cool jumpsuits, and sassy bomber jackets, this autumn season is full of attitude and lots of swag style. Browse some stellar styles and drop it like it’s hot.

1. Major fall essential: a jumpsuit ($300). 

Roll from work to drinks to dance parties in this on point jumpsuit.

2. Opt for an updated, crisp white shirt ($220). 

The zipper transforms a classic white shirt into something trendier and edgier. Wear it open as a jacket with a little black dress and boots. Or clogs, for the Scandinavian crunch babes.

3. Be a master of the universe in this lavender coat ($460).

The pastel hue is pretty much the definition of perfection and is a nice break from a traditional black wool coat. Game-changer.

4. Say hello to red denim ($98).

While we definitely subscribe to the ride-or-die black denim club, it’s pretty hard to say no to this deep red raw hem number. They’d look fly with some Red Wings from Genuine Motorworks (70 N 15th St).

5. Only investing in one new piece this season? Snag a bomber jacket ($460). 

A maroon bomber jacket? Swoon. This piece works on all body types and styles: femme, tomboy, butch, minimalist. And, the hue is sure to stand out.

6. Look for a new, modern twist on a black blouse ($207). 

The collar, the zipper, oh my. A short sleeved crepe blouse is one of my personal go-to staples – it’s perfect for work and also fits right in with my after hours life, too.

7. Don’t forget about crop tops ($224). 

Yes, you can still rock a crop top in chilly temps. Use this piece on its own or layered over a long sleeve top or a summer dress to extend the life of your wardrobe.

About Stephanie

Stephanie is a poet & pathological daydreamer. Her books Hotel Ghost and Waiting For the End of the World are available from Bottlecap Press.

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