Summer, you’ve been great with your off-the-shoulder dresses, fun prints and mermaid-inspired swimsuits, but it’s time to look forward to next season. Madewell’s fall collection has already got us excited for the temperatures to drop, but Who What Wear’s latest Target collaboration is the next fall line that should be on everyone’s radar. Their first foray earlier this year was a hit with bloggers and celebs alike, and this new offering is shaping up to be no different. Not only is everything $50 and under, but all the pieces are available in sizes up to 4x or 26W. Scroll through for 15 of the best pieces from the collab — and get ready to fight the urge to add everything to your shopping cart.


1. Women’s Drapey Trench ($50): This trench is a fave of Who What Wear’s co-founder, and will soon be a favorite of yours too. The drapey shape is edgy and dramatic, while the print gives it a mod look that is so RN.


2. Women’s Car Wash Skirt ($30): The name may make you go “huh?” but one look will have you in love with this swingy skirt. The darker colors make it more fall appropriate, but it still has a flirty end-of-summer vibe.


3. Women’s Bucket Tote ($35): Sunny yellow goes to the dark side with this autumnal mustard shade. This carry-all is roomy enough for stashing all your gear, plus it comes with a little pouch to keep things organized.


4. Women’s Plus Size Bomber Jacket ($40): A street-wear staple gets a major upgrade with silky fabric and a floral print. If you’re so over florals right now, you can get the same stylish jacket in solid colors too.


5. Women’s Lace Sleeve Blouse ($25): Every girl needs a wear-with-everything white blouse in her closet. Pair this romantic top with menswear-inspired bottoms to balance out the feminine details.


6. Women’s Oversized Wrap ($20): We’re not quite ready for chunky wool scarves yet, and this sporty number is just enough to keep us warm until then. Use it as a wrap for those days when you’re feeling extra chilly (or just want to be cozy).


7. Women’s Plus Size Pleated Skirt ($30): This pleated skirt definitely needs to be in your rotation for fall work wear. The length is office-appropriate and the pleats are a good alternative to a pencil skirt.


8. Women’s Slouchy Utility Jacket ($40): Utility jackets have been on the scene for a while and are clearly here to stay. The slouchy fit of this one will keep you in a laid-back state of mind without compromising your style.


9. Women’s Plus Size Tie Blouse ($28): You guys, the ’70s are making a comeback. This top is classic and demure and works well for a whole range of events. Think Sunday brunch when paired with flare jeans or HR-approved getups when combined with a pencil skirt.


10. Women’s Plus Size Elbow Sleeve Linen Tee ($20): One of the things we love most about striped tees is their versatility through every season. Francophiles, this one is for you.


11. Women’s Color Block Zip Clutch ($23): Can you believe a bag this chic only costs $23? We’re loving the mini take on this season’s color-block trend.


12. Women’s Plus Size All Over Print Crew ($23): This collection is all about mixing prints, and this top is the perfect place to start. Pair it with one of the Who What Wear x Target pleated skirts, or stick to jeans for a more casual look.


13. Women’s Ruffle Neck Shell ($23): Fall doesn’t have to mean all long sleeves and solid colors. This top proves that florals can work for any season with just a little tweak to the color palette.


14. Women’s Plus Size Pajama Shirt Dress ($37): We love pajamas. We love shirt dresses. Naturally, we’re obsessed with this mashup of the two. If the slip dress was your throw-on-and-go outfit for summer, this dress will take its place in the fall.


15. Women’s Tie Front Dress ($35): You can never have too many LBDs. The longer length is elegant, and the tie front gives you that faux sweater-around-your-waist look without the pesky bulk.

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