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We’re happy to report this fiesta-appropriate look is making a major runway resurgence. Erin Fetherston (as well as Monique Lhuillier and Tadashi Shoji) utilized the sparklers, most notably on above-the-knee dresses, which pair perfectly with opaque tights and a cropped jacket.
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This shade of yellow is popping up across the runways and was a common thread at Rachel Zoe’s show. Ease into the look by picking one mustard piece and donning it with denim or corduroy for a vintage vibe.
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It’s a party on your pants! Tibi sent a number of funky, patterned trousers down the runway, but they work just as well off the catwalk – wear them with a turtleneck and a statement necklace for a fiercely modern look.
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No longer just for vests and coats, fuzziness in the form of accessories, like this scarf shown at BCBG Max Azria, promises to be very hot this year.
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This distant (and much more fashionable!) cousin of the choker, which accompanied many of Yigal Azrouël’s ensembles, is easy to wear and surprisingly versatile. It adds flavor to preppy basics and edge to simple black gowns.
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These lace-ups, seen at Richard Chai Love, may be masculine, but that doesn’t mean girlie girls can’t rock them. They look chic and cool when paired with A-line skirts and even frilly dresses.
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Tracy Reese clearly has the Midas touch! The gilded accessories she debuted will add an unexpected element to basics like jeans and a tee and your LBD.
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PINK AND RED
Don’t believe the old-fashioned rule that these two shades are a mismatch. Thakoon proves there’s something decidedly delicious about pairing the colors, especially in a color-blocking way.