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I might be biased, but I’m pretty sure I work with the most fashionable people out there. I’m sure my coworkers get tired of sending me links to the sites where they buy their clothes, but you’d probably ask for the same if you saw them out and about in their impeccable outfits. Since my closet needs a little sprucing up for fall, I reached out to my always-stylish team member and friend, Mollie Mandel, to see what she has in store for the cooler months ahead. And luckily, she spilled the tea and told me the spot where she’s snagging a ton of pieces (including cowboy boots and knit dresses) for her fall wardrobe. What’s her go-to store? Free People. I mean, I’m not surprised. The retailer kills it season after season with its incredible selection of on-trend styles. Want to see the ‘fits Mandel has put together? Keep scrolling.

I’ve said it time and time again: I am a dress person. It doesn’t take a lot of effort to convince me to add a cute dress to my cart. And when Mandel sent me this look, I knew I had to have not only the mini dress but the boots as well. The two pieces paired together just work. I already see myself wearing this outfit on repeat this season.

This could have been your average t-shirt and jeans look, but Mandel made it look effortlessly cool. I love how she casually threw the sweater over her shoulders (a great move in this unpredictable fall weather) and wore a baseball hat to bring the whole outfit together. And the cowboy boots? The perfect on-trend touch.

I’m a blazer person through and through. They make any outfit look that much more elevated.

Okay, this color is so good.

Yes to the flare style.

My love for western boots keeps growing.

A good bodysuit is never a bad idea. I like the lettuce-edge details on this one.

Is your outfit missing a little something? Add a satin scrunchie to make it feel extra chic.

Trousers are slowly taking over my closet.

So classic.

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