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How Fashion Week trends trickle down to the masses

Think you can’t pull off what designers show on the runways? Think again! Here’s how to incorporate hot fashion-forward looks into your everyday wardrobe.

These fall trends? Not just for the runway. Here’s how these super fashion-y looks can easily translate into your regular wardrobe.


Sexy leopard

Sexy leopard fashion trend

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We can’t get enough of bold leopard. Case in point: Diane von Furstenberg’s look here. Want to test the trend out for work? Just turn to Kris Jenner for inspiration with her office-ready frock.


Bold blue

Bold blue fashion trend

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For many, this electric blue Michael Kors coat with an exaggerated hood may seem a bit much, but if you tone the hue down and ditch the hood, you have yourself a simple yet totally elegant piece.


Baggy pants

Baggy pants

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Fact. Baggy pants like these from Alexander Wang are tough to pull off. But Busy Philipps makes it seem easy with pants that are not as baggy and a classic (not too out there) top.


Pajama chic


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Pajamas as everyday wear? That’s a look Marc Jacobs has perfected. But it’s not always easy to pull off in the real world if you want to be taken seriously. Our tip? Break up the look with a chic blazer. That way, you won’t look like you just rolled out of bed.


Sheer brown dress

Sheer brown dress fashion trend

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Love this bold brown Derek Lam dress but not sure how to pull one like it off? Try one in a similar color with interesting detailing like a printed neckline.


Stylish schoolboy

Stylish schoolboy fashion trend

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Mastering the schoolboy look à la this Rebecca Minkoff ensemble is easy. Just incorporate hints of the trend into your outfit — like the pinstripe and shorts on Crystal Reed here.


Black and white bodicon frock

Black and White Bodicon frock fashion trend

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A dramatic black and white ensemble like this one from BCBG? Kind of scary to pull off, we’ll admit. So if you’re uncomfortable with something so tight, try a simple black dress that you feel comfortable in. And add a white jacket to nail the black and white trend.


Mixed prints

Mixed prints fashion trend

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Mixing prints like Mara Hoffman did here can seem daunting — especially if you don’t want to look like you got dressed in the dark. So if you want to rock the vibrant print look, choose one colorful option, and keep the rest of your outfit neutral.


Over-the-top fur

Over-the-top fur fashion trend

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Fur has been a trend for years and years, but this season, Christopher Kane introduced over-the-top coats. If you’re not quite ready to look like a lion, but still want to rock the trend, find a subtler option that’s not bulky.


Bold coat

Bold coat fashion trend

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We can’t get enough of a bold coat, especially this one from Tracy Reese’s fall collection. But we understand — the print, mixed with the nubby fabric, can seem a bit much. So try keeping the rest of your outfit basic with a colorful coat like Olivia Palermo did here.

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