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

It's casual, pretty and a little rebellious.

Ruffles
We like this new spin: mod and sporty instead of frilly and farm-y. Click through to shop the look.
Both eccentrics like Lady Gaga and classics like Michelle Obama would wear this dress, and you've gotta love that range.
Split Skirts
The only thing better than a printed pencil skirt is one you can actually move in. Click through to shop the look.
They're especially good with sweaters and booties.
Snakeskin
When everyone else is wearing leopard print, wear snake skin. Click through to shop the look.

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

Cutout Shoulders
It's flirty in a timeless, gorgeous way, like something Isabella Rossellini would wear to lunch. Click through to shop the look.
The best basics differ slightly from the standard mold.
Angular Halter Necklines
They give a little grit to a full-skirted dress. Click through to shop the look.

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

Laser Cut
Insanely detailed and intricate—but without the pomp and preciousness of fall's baroque pieces. Click through to shop the look.
Looks so much more expensive than it is.
Parachute Fabrics
Sporty materials, ties and harness details work best on feminine shapes like skirts and dresses. Click through to shop the look.
It's kinda romantic and athletic all at once. We like it.
Fringe Shoes
Still resisting the on-body fringe thing. But shoes? Yeah, those look cool. Click through to shop the look.

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