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While we're as yet in the beginning phases of fall, a few road style patterns have arisen and grabbed hold. We gave close consideration to who wore what during style month, and there is by all accounts an unmistakable agreement on five must-have fundamentals for this season.
Style show participants couldn't hold back to take out their comfortable sews, particularly long, lower leg touching maxidresses. From New York City to Paris, we saw everything: rainbow sew dresses, moderate supported sheaths, and surprise and midsection uncovering plans. In a similar comfortable vein, tightening thin pants were MIA—curiously large, loose outlines ruled. Those baggy denim pieces combined well with everything, from turtlenecks to speed up coats to (another super famous pattern) tuxedo vests.
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