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The 2 Fall Runway Trends Everyone Can Pull Off
Dolce & Gabbana baroque runway look
Baroque
More is more with this opulent trend, which makes it a no-brainer for evening attire. But baroque also works for day—just remember, a little goes a long way (you don’t want to look like a refugee from Game of Thrones). Pair a brocade top with jeans; accessorize a little black dress with a showstopping brooch.
Baroque dress
Baroque
Jewel tones are universally flattering.

Dress: Tracy reese, $598, Nordstrom; 800-695-8000
Dagger brooch
Baroque
Brooch: R.J. Graziano, $95; 212-685-3737
Printed red jeans
Baroque
Jeans: J. Brand, $242; JBrandJeans.com
Gold clutch
Baroque
Clutch: Kotur, $450; ShopKotur.com
Gold jeweled top
Baroque
Love this! You get a lot of shirt for the price.

Top: ASOS, $140; Asos.com
Manolo Blahnik pointed heels
Baroque
Shoes: Manolo Blahnik, $985, Wynn, Las Vegas; 702-770-3477
Salvatore Ferragamo military runway look
Military
Atten-shun! Military-inspired fashion is one of the most adaptable trends out there—you can go full-on with a double-breasted jacket or try just a touch with a riding boot. a dressy take on military is the freshest way to wear it right now: think a gold-buttoned red dress instead of camo cargo pants.
Military-inspired jacket
Military
Jacket: ASOS, $165; Asos.com
Military-inspired purse
Military
Bag: Z Spoke Zac Posen,$275; couture. Zappos.com
Military style dress
Military
Dress: Cynthia Steffe, $325; 212-403-6200
High-heeled soldier boots
Military
Boots: Rebecca Minkoff, $495; RebeccaMinkoff.com
Military coat
Military
Coat: Isabel Marant, $1,385; 212-219-2284
Military pants
Military
Pants: Rag & Bone, $350; Rag-Bone.com for stores

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