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How to Add Texture to Your Fall Look

Working contrasting textures and mixed materials into your autumn wardrobe is simpler than it sounds—after all, falling temperatures demand layered looks. Choose your outfit's elements smartly to make a major statement.

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Slip On a Collar

A pretty Windsor or Peter Pan collar—dripping with crystals, pearls or chains—will fancy up any fall look. Click through to shop more options.
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Slip On a Collar



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Slip On a Collar


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Live for Fur / Worship Fur

Cruella de Vil sentiments aside, fur (either real or faux) really is the quickest way to texturize—not to mention add warmth to—an autumn outfit. Try a patchworked or snow leopard-printed iteration, both of which are huge this season. Or, go beyond shaggy outerwear with a fur-accented dress. Click through to shop more options.


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Live for Fur / Worship Fur



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Live for Fur / Worship Fur


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Choose Camouflage

The army-inspired splatter pattern is this fall's answer to florals. It'll add major dimension to any outfit. Click through to shop more options.

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Choose Camouflage


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Layer Your Leather

Luxe leather looks amazing against knitwear, soft silks or—best of all—more leather. Head-to-toe hides were shown on many Fall 2012 runways, most often in either basic black or rich oxblood. And while nothing feels as nice as a perfectly broken-in little leather jacket, choose something with more structure this season for a futuristic effect. Click through to shop more options.
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Layer Your Leather



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Layer Your Leather



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Go for Brocade

A brocade blazer, dress or skirt will add instant richness and shine to your wardrobe. Click through to shop more options.


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Go for Brocade


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