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Here's Our Favorite Style IGs Of The Week: V​ol. 11

Sisters, how y'all feel? Brothers, y'all alright? Well, it's Friday and I'm here to tell you, "YOU MADE IT!" We can all feel fall moving into winter and may have mixed feelings about the holidays approaching. This makes us want to double up the layers and wear whatever makes us feel warm and cozy.


Despite our jam-packed closets, it seems like we still struggle finding what to wear for the day. The pandemic hasn't helped but it has forced us to be more creative. Dressing for fall, especially, calls for us to be innovative and you best believe we are up for the challenge.

Now that daylight savings time has officially made its appearance, it's going to be hard not to complain about how dark it gets. Luckily, we have a more feasible task for you: execute all the lewks. And if you need some inspo, we got you covered. Ahead, find some fire getups that prove that even if you're not ready for the day, it can not always be night!

To get your fashion fix and to stay up to date with the latest trends, check out the xoNecole Style section here.

Featured image courtesy of @ditaeish/Instagram

 

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