Fashion Trend Report: Boxy Silhouettes

Fashion Trend Report: Boxy Silhouettes

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Celebs are going bare on the red carpet, would you dare?
Watch us hit the racks and put together these fresh looks from start to finish.
Prepare to get noticed in this surprising fall trend.
Designers are aiming to expand your wardrobe horizons with these unique patterns.
These playful carry-alls are a welcome change from last year's neutrals.
Our friends at 'InStyle' show you how to put your best leg forward in a stem-baring pencil skirt.
Rock these chic menswear-inspired shoes from now until next spring.
This romantic color is a new designer favorite.
Once the exclusive territory of mobsters and hip hop legends, this accessory is getting a high-fashion makeover.
This is one trend we think you'll take a shine to.
With this hot color catching on, your fashion future's never looked so bright.
This spring and summer, designers are taking fashion to a whole new dimension.
Designers took a cue from nature this season by incorporating breezy palm-tree prints into their collections.
Less buttoned-up than their collared counterparts, T-shirt dresses are changing the way we wear our favorite basic.
(Source: Everett Collection/InStyle Magazine)There’s no other closet staple that’s as timeless or as versatile as the white button-down shirt. This season, designers like Joseph Altuzarra, Raf Simon...
Designers love to tweak a classic, and this year they directed their transformative talents onto the white collared shirt.
This season's micro-folds are soft, swingy and just right for summer.
Text-centric tops are a hit on the runways and streets alike.
Forget the pencil skirt: This season, it's all about slinky wrap-around styles.
The sleeveless style is perfect for springtime layering.
The menswear staple gets a chic update from a pair of storied French fashion houses.
A hit on the Spring 2014 runways, the playful print looks chicer than ever.
The old-fashioned stitching technique is making a stylish comeback—with a long list of celebrities already reinforcing it.
The all-American designer and '60s-loving actress turn out a line of darling dresses.
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