[VIDEO] Three Fall Trends

[VIDEO] Three Fall Trends

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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.
(Source: Imax Tree; Elie Saab, Burberry Prorsum; Marchesa, Wes Gordon)As spring unfolds and hemlines rise, it's maddening to think of dressing in heavy fabrics the color of soiled snow. We'd rather ...
(Courtesy: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images North America)There is something discreetly desirable about showing off an otherwise modest part of the body. Emma Watson, for instance, bares her collar bo...
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