• Hoboken Style: Now {& Later}

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    Tiffany of Tiffany Piñero Style is here to give us the latest on some fab fashion finds around Hoboken — featuring Jen {HG editor} who is wearing some of the clothes for yours truly…please ignore my pale {un-spray tanned} legs. I’m due for a trip to the beach. But, without further ado, here’s Tiff:

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    You can’t complain, we’ve had one of the best summers on record. But with cold{ish} air blowing in and out, it’s inevitable that the transition wardrobe may be getting more play than usual the next few weeks. So, we took a fine gage sweater for a spin showing the simple but chic ways to wear it now & later.

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    Wear it now: it’s light {knit wise} & bright {check out that teal & pink!} and a slouchy shape that declares you’re the comfiest of all. Pair with chino shorts and flat sandals for the next cool breeze. Finish off with a cool timepiece and a midi ring.

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    Wear it later: fall back in love with this sweater when the leaves start to change and pumpkin everything is everywhere. Pair with slightly distressed denim, chunky ankle boots and a hat that is equal parts floppy and firm. Add a bib necklace and snuggly pup for bonus points 😉

     

    Now and Later Hoboken Girl

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    Bib necklace from Aaraa on 6th Street

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    Denim skinnies from the factory boutique…Pierre’s harness from Cornerstone 🙂

     

    Wardrobe credits:
    Slouchy Sweater and Denim {Factory Boutique – 91 Park Ave}
    Navy Shorts {JCrew}
    Sandals {Marshall’s}
    Booties {Lucky Brand}
    Hat {Target}
    Midi Ring / Wrap Watch/ Gold Bracelet /Bib Necklace {Aaraa Accessories – 408 6th Street} and all on sale!

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    What are your favorite transitional pieces for fall?


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    Jen is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of Hoboken Girl. She started the site to discover and share the wealth of things happening in Hudson County. Her roots in the area extend to her maternal grandparents, who owned two textile factories in Weehawken and North Bergen. When not planning the next Hoboken Girl event/volunteer project or editing her life away, she can usually be found shopping at local boutiques, eating an Insta-worthy meal, walking her French bulldog + rescue pup, or watching the latest murder doc on Netflix with her husband.


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