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Who What Wear will help you shop fashionably for fall. Everything in this episode is under $150.
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Katherine Power: Hello and welcome to the WhoWhatWear fashion closet.
Hillary Kerr: We are your hosts, I am Hillary Kerr.
Katherine Power: And I am Katherine Power. And today we're going to cover the basic pieces that you should be purchasing for fall.
Hillary Kerr: Shopping for a new season can get expensive, so we're going to show you some great items, all under $150, that you can add to your current wardrobe right now.
Female Speaker: One fantastic budget basic you can pick up is a flannel work shirt, just like this one seen here on Lauren Conrad. The budding designer wore her plait buttoned down, tucked into a dark blue pair of cigarette jeans and accessorized with an oversize pair of Wayfarer Sunglasses.
Another great piece to pick up this fall is a classic gray blazer, like this one on Kate Moss. Seen here, leaving a meeting in London, Moss paired her snug jacket with a simple black top, skinny jeans, and her favorite pendent necklace, for an understated and chic outfit.
Katherine Power: Sometimes the best way to find trendy pieces on a budget is by visiting your local thrift store. Since fashion recycles itself, you might just find an old piece that inspired a current runway trend.
Hillary Kerr: To narrow down your fall shopping, make a list of the things you need before going to a large bargain store, that way you won't get overwhelmed.
Katherine Power: So the jeans to wear this season are relaxed and really broken in, like this pair from J. Crew. We also gave her a long sleeve t-shirt, and we found our fantastic gray blazer at H&M.
Hillary Kerr: Instead of giving her an ankle booty, we decided to go with these lace-up oxfords, and we added an ankle sock for a little extra warmth.
Katherine Power: Now, we love a grungy flannel worn with a pair of jeans, but right now our favorite way to wear one is with a contrasting dressier black skirt, like this one from JCPenney.
Hillary Kerr: We also love this purple pumps by Steve Madden, they are only $149.95.
Katherine Power: As always, thanks for watching WhoWhatWear TV.
Hillary Kerr: For more celebrity and runway fashion coverage, visit whowhatwear.com.