Show off your hometown pride with these go-to layering pieces designed in Vancouver.

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Embrace transition weather with this perfect layering piece made from wool, with adjustable shoulder straps, 24-karat gold-plated buttons and Street and Saddle’s signature polyester unicorn lining. Burgundy overalls, $275, streetandsaddle.com

VM64F0918_cmyk.jpgAllison Smith’s Pillar collection is full of laid-back, chic designs made from eco-friendly materials: the Chamonix dress is created with 100-percent Tencel, a fabric generated from wood cellulose. $225, allisonwonderland.ca

VM64J0918_cmyk.jpgA reinvention of the briefcase: Andrea Wong’s ultimate laptop bag is made from cowhide leather (with cool purse-like colour blocking), and its two strap lengths mean it can be worn on or across the shoulder. Granville tote, $365, awbyandreawong.com

VM64H0918_cmyk.jpgBrunette the Label adds some girly flair to biker-babe style with its Florence vegan leather moto jacket that rocks a pink shearling collar and black satin lining. $265, brunettethelabel.com

VM64I0918_cmyk.jpgItʼs a handmade gold-plated sterling silver pendant you’ll love to the moon and back. Local designer Leah Alexandra took inspiration for her Eclipse necklace from a gold coin she found on the Croatian coast. $155, leahalexandra.com

VM64G0918_cmyk.jpgCombine the tassels of summer with the muted neutrals of fall with Jackson Rowe’s cotton-and-viscose scarf. Stitched with an Aztec trim, the free spirit of this piece subtly reflects the collection’s boho glamour. Beau scarf (onyx), $60, jacksonrowe.ca