If you didn’t Instagram it (or Snapchat it, although the difference is dwindling), did it really happen? Well, of course it did, but there’s something to be said for wearing something that’s worth hashtagging. There’s no arguing at this point that social media has changed the fashion landscape, making what was once only accessible to editors and insiders immediately available to anyone with a phone. Artists now regularly take over Gucci’s Instagram and Snapchat. Jonathan Anderson live-streamed his fall men’s collection exclusively on Grindr. Models are booked based on the size of their social following. Social media isn’t an afterthought, it’s where fashion happens. So if you’re ready to up your own sartorial and social media presence this fall, look no further than the microtrends and investment pieces styled by Molly Thompson and photographed by Sydney Rose Davies in our latest lookbook. From Gucci heels that will dominate #tuesdayshoesday to a shearling #Fendi moto jacket in the perfect #nofilter shade of orange, these are the pieces you need in your closet and your feed.