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Shop It: Baroque

More was more on the Fall 2012 runways, with metallic jacquard, ornate embellishments and shimmering brocades sweeping the catwalks. Since such rich pieces pack a major visual punch, it's better to incorporate this lavish look into your everyday wardrobe by adding just one regal element per outfit. Not that we're discouraging you from wearing the trend from head to toe, Anna Dello Russo-style....

Click through for sumptuous rococo goodies at every price.

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Completely rich in ruby red.
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This multicolored minaudiere is a veritable work of art.
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A simpler, more streamlined way to try the trend.
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No need for a necklace with this top, obviously.


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No designer does intricate prints quite like Mary Katrantzou.


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The style name alone makes this a must-have.
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McQueen's Sarah Burton is no stranger to rococo references.
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A regal look that won't cost a king's ransom.
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Suddenly, basic nude pumps just seem so dull.
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A skirt worth the splurge.
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Sometimes piling on two trends at once can be overkill, but baroque prints and peplums make perfect bedfellows.


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Oscar's Marie Antoinette-esque take on the baroque look earned raves from our team.
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This coat's so stunning, it doesn't even matter what you're wearing underneath.

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