Patchwork fur coat

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Trends to Skip
When it comes to these runway looks, ladies, just say "no."

Patchwork Fur

While we at O don't condone wearing real fur anyway, adding a crazy-quilt-lady vibe just makes it worse.
Skirts over pants

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Skirts Over Pants
I love skirts. I love pants. I just don't understand the purpose of wearing them together. And, believe me, no one needs any extra fabric in this area.

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Well, not really straightjackets per se, but the arms-pinned-to-the-sides look doesn't work on anyone. And what if you need to hail a cab?
Print overload

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Optic Print Overload
I love bold prints, and I even love mixing them. But these outfits are making me dizzy.
Extreme turtleneck

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Extreme Turtlenecks
I know it will be chilly outside, but having most of your face obscured is ridiculous, not to mention a safety hazard on slippery streets.
Sheer black dress

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Too Sheer
I love a good sheer detail, but I'm blushing just looking at this.
Great outdoors

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The Trends You Can't Miss
These styles look great on everyone—and won't have you wondering, "What was I thinking?" a year from now.

The Great Outdoors

Rugged-inspired pieces with luxurious touches and fashion-forward designs put a new spin on an old look.
Gray sweater

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Any Shade of Gray
The color can be found all over this season, and it pairs nicely with pastels, brights and neutrals. Try mixing shades and textures in the same outfit for an ultrasophisticated look.
Tribal and Southwestern Patterns

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Tribal and Southwestern Patterns
An easy way to jump-start your fall neutrals? Try a few notice-me pieces in these bold prints.
Sangria-Inspired Colors

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Sangria-Inspired Colors
These shades are intoxicating and give any skin tone a celebratory glow. Try them with colors like mustard or midnight blue for an even fresher look.
Gothic florals

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Dark Angel
Even if you're petal-averse, this version—with dark backgrounds, blackened metals and leather-and-lace details—is more glam than girly.