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10 Trends from LFW You Should Try Now

Or, 10 ways to prove you're cultured and highbrow and keep up with the international fashion weeks too (not just New York).

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Split Ankle Pants

Thanks to that detail at the hem, skinny pants feel fresh again. Click through to shop the look.

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Don't ruin your favorite stovepipes with scissors. Just buy these.
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Daytime Metallics

If the Jetsons and Mad Men had a crossover event, Judy and Betty would totally fight over this. Click through to shop the look.

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It's casual, pretty and a little rebellious.


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Ruffles

We like this new spin: mod and sporty instead of frilly and farm-y. Click through to shop the look.

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Both eccentrics like Lady Gaga and classics like Michelle Obama would wear this dress, and you've gotta love that range.
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Split Skirts

The only thing better than a printed pencil skirt is one you can actually move in. Click through to shop the look.

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They're especially good with sweaters and booties.


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Snakeskin

When everyone else is wearing leopard print, wear snake skin. Click through to shop the look.

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I'd feel so "cool French fashion editor" wearing these with a stiff blazer and cutout heels.

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Cutout Shoulders

It's flirty in a timeless, gorgeous way, like something Isabella Rossellini would wear to lunch. Click through to shop the look.

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The best basics differ slightly from the standard mold.
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Angular Halter Necklines

They give a little grit to a full-skirted dress. Click through to shop the look.

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With a slick ponytail and smoky eyeshadow, it would look very January Jones. (And definitely winter-appropriate.)


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Laser Cut

Insanely detailed and intricate—but without the pomp and preciousness of fall's baroque pieces. Click through to shop the look.

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Parachute Fabrics

Sporty materials, ties and harness details work best on feminine shapes like skirts and dresses. Click through to shop the look.

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It's kinda romantic and athletic all at once. We like it.
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Fringe Shoes

Still resisting the on-body fringe thing. But shoes? Yeah, those look cool. Click through to shop the look.

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They'd make even the most ho-hum black dress exciting.

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