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Comfortable control top: we swear it's not an oxymoron.
Proof that subtle can be sexy, too.
The addition of fleece makes skirts possible in sub zero weather.
One headband and plaid skirt short of a Blair Waldorf look.
Because a girl can never own too many pairs of opaque black tights.
The key to pulling off sheer is simple black hose and sky high pumps.
Subtle heathered hose work magic on a solid outfit.
Polka dots are super sophisticated in such a small print.
They look even better glittering on the dance floor.
Sick of black? Try navy; it's just as versatile and little more youthful.
Why not have a '90s grunge moment and pair them with chunky Docs and burgundy lipstick?
Pretty in pointelle.
Leopard print looks demure in a subtle sheer fabric.
Formal yet flirty, we think Dita Von Teese would approve.
Thick and cozy enough to rival your favorite pair of winter socks.
The nubbly ribbing is like a sweater for your legs.
A fun pattern that's still work appropriate.
Just enough shimmer to jazz up a simple black dress.
Wear them for carolling, cocoa drinking and spreading holiday cheer.
Double whammy: the ultimate fall staple in a the ultimate fall hue.
Don't want to spring for a lacy party dress? Try these instead.
Pointelle is more funky than sweet in metallic fushia.
All you need is a swingy mini and somewhere fabulous to go.
A playful riff on the polka dot trend.
These earn at least three complements per wear. We promise.
The secret to a memorable exit.
SO Stella McCartney Fall 2011, without the four-digit price tag.
Florals and full-on lace can revive a white dress for winter.
A must-buy for anyone with a closet full of basics.
Bright berry colors are especially cheerful against brown tweeds and mustard knits.
There's something so cozy about rich chocolate brown.
More Julia Roberts-level movie star, less Pretty Woman.
Leg lengthening stripes and a quiet diamond print make these ideal for date night.
Cute with black boots. AMAZING with sparkly stilettos.
Uneven stripes are anything but nautical.
Prep-ify your outfit.
The delicate diamond weave would pair beautifully with a '20s inspired flapper dress.
Bonus points if you wear them up with shearling boots.
Teeny tiny dots are cute, but not too cute.
Puts you in the mood for a turtleneck sweater and trip to the library, doesn't it?
Wear slinky black tap shorts and an oversized knit to anchor the chaotic print.
Stay one step ahead of the leopard print look.
An instant mood enhancer.
Olive green is a fool proof color; it works with both neutrals and brights.
White tights are totally doable in thick, textured fabrics.
The eye-catching bandana print is worth a second (and third and fourth) look.
No one will know it's actually a British flag.
Love that paisley.
Houndstooth for girls who don't do suits.
Vertical stripes elongate the figure.