As seen at: J. Crew, Michael Kors, 3.1 Phillip Lim
There's something so glam about fur stoles that we can't get enough of. Apparently we're not the only ones as they were on tap at J. Crew, Michael Kors, and 3.1 Phillip Lim - just to name a few.
If you're an animal lover, feel free to stick to faux options. There isn't anything wrong with faking it for a cause.
As seen at: Emillio Pucci, Altuzarra, Zimmerman
Overt sexiness has been shelved for the season and has been replaced simmering sensuality. That means it all about being subtle a la keyhole details.
As seen at: Christian Dior, Stella McCartney, Emillio Pucci
These aren't your regular old ankle boots. The latest iteration of the popular footwear goes a bit higher on the leg for a more modern feel.
As seen at: Fendi, Celine, Naeem Khan
If you're wondering what the color of the season is, rest assured that it's burnt orange. The warm hue is reminiscent of the '70s; a trend that is clearly still raging on.
As seen at: Alexander McQueen, Valentino, Giambattista Valli
The Victorian era was rife with high-neck blouses; something many designers were inspired by for Fall 2015. We love how utterly feminine it is while maintaining a very chic factor.
As seen at: Jonathan Saunders, Chanel, Topshop Unique
You didn't think flares were strictly reserved for denim, did you? Well, think again. Work attire just got a little bit sassier.
As seen at: Chanel, Emillio Pucci, Rochas
Give your top a stylish spin with a pussy bow. If you think it's way too sophisticated for your taste, opt for a sheer version and sauce it up with a short skirt.
As seen at: Versace, DKNY
It's back to primary school for fall 2015 - with the color palette that is. Think '90s for this trend and allow that to help with navigating just how it's supposed to be worn.
You can take the head-to-toe approach like Versace, or go for just one item that pops, as shown at DKNY.
As seen at: Luisa Beccaria, Fay, Gucci
There was just no way we were going to go through another frigid season without something covering our heads. Designers took note and offered us the age-old classic: the beret.
As seen at: Altuzarra, Emillio Pucci, Tome
Think of this trend as an updated version of the '90s necklace. Today's version is admittedly more sleek; providing the perfect finish to just about any look.
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