What To Pack For Fall In New England

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Wear In The World: Plane to New England | Alhal Blue Scarf, $358 at zady.com  | Salt & Wind | http://saltandwind.com
Wear In The World: Plane to New England | Number One Crazy Tort Sunglasses by Karen Walker, $329 at amrag.com | Salt & Wind | http://saltandwind.com
Wear In The World: Plane to New England | Sloan Cashmere Sweater by Equipment, $270 at net-a-porter.com | Salt & Wind | http://saltandwind.com
Wear In The World: Plane to New England | Keeper Chambray Shirt, $78 at jcrew.com | Salt & WINd | http://saltandwind.com
Wear In The World: Plane to New England | Mini Backpack, $585 at mansurgavriel.com | Salt & Wind | http://saltandwind.com
Wear In The World: Plane to New England | Five Pocket Skinny Trousers, $39 at zara.com | Salt & Wind | http://saltandwind.com
Wear In The World: Plane to New England | Savoy Hat, $170 at janessaleone.com | Salt & Wind | http://saltandwind.com
Wear In The World: Plane to New England | Sidney Riding Boots, $298 at madewell.com | Salt & Wind | http://saltandwind.com
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You already know New England is gorgeous in November, when the leaves turn golden and the air smells like Fall. What you may not know is that the stretch between that and the first snow can be the best time to go—no crowds, eerily beautiful bare-branch landscapes, and bargain prices on the cutest little inns you’ll ever see. 

Pick your quaint town (we like Exeter, New Hampshire, an easy drive from Boston, and as picturesque as they come), book your flight and get packing. If you’re a city girl, you’ll want to channel preppy so you look the part on arrival—which is why this is what we’d wear on the plane if we were lucky enough to go with you.

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