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Top Ten Jeans for Fall 2012

When the weather turns, so must your closet, and this fall 2012 we’re seeing jean trends change as fast and as colorful as the leaves. No longer must we only choose from tried and true dark and distressed skinnies! Instead, this fall brings textures, colors, prints, and patterns, and we’ve got all your options covered. But remember, the most important part of jeans is the fit. No trend will look good unless you get the cut right for your body.

1. Boyfriend Jeans:  7 For All Mankind Crop Josefina Jeans, $225

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Boyfriend jeans work well on many body types, but look especially great on ladies with straighter hips. Because of this cut’s looser fit, it’s best to have some structure up top, like a great fitting blazer. Styled up or down, it’s a solid look for tomboys and girlygirls alike.

Jewelry Trend for Spring 2011: Fall in Love with Fabric (and More!)

By Katrina Caspelich

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We can’t get enough of a favorite 2011 spring fashion trend: fashion must-haves made from chiffon, denim, and leather. We want more, more, more, but head-to-toe leather is a little too Mad Max for us. And 1 blouse, 1 pair of pants, or 1 handbag in any outfit just isn’t satisfying enough. A new way to sport some of our favorite 2011 spring fashion trends? Jewelry! Beads, chains, and all things sparkly are staples for girlie glam. But for your 2011 accessories, try a fresh take on costume jewelry and opt for pieces made with silk, denim, leather, lace, and more.

Jewelry made from fabric and other materials is THE jewelry trend for spring 2011. Here, our 7 favorite jewelry accessories to rock this spring trend.

1. Jewelry Trend Spring 2011: Silk Jewelry
Add some flair to any outfit with this brightly colored, silk georgette 12k-gold-plated metal adjustable ring. We love our cocktail rings, but spring 2011 accessory trends demand a lighter look. Try this lightweight Kate Spade Flower Ring (in Flo Pink) for $55. You get a 2011 spring fashion trend bonus since this silk fabric ring works the floral angle as well—another must-try trend for spring 2011.

2. Jewelry Trend Spring 2011: Acrylic Jewelry
Opt for spring fashion jewelry that lets you channel your inner sailor. Make waves on the high-fashion seas with this nautically inspired acrylic and metal Madewell On the Ropes Necklace, for $48. Alone or layered with other necklaces, such as pearls, chains, and pendants, it’s the perfect way to work the spring 2011 accessory trend.

3. Jewelry Trend Spring 2011: Leather Jewelry
Obsessed with your leather jacket? Spring is here, and soon those leather fashion looks will be hibernating for spring and summer. Get more leather every day with a funky new way to wear one of our favorite materials as an accessory for spring. You’ll love this House of Harlow 1960 Leather & Crystal Cocktail Ring for $70.

4. Jewelry Trend Spring 2011: Snakeskin Jewelry
Show some skin and accessorize for spring with this Ted Rossi Python Curve Cuff for $98. Made from python, this works-with-almost-everything-we-wear cuff is a spring must-have, adding excitement to your signature look. Preorder yours now!

5. Jewelry Trend Spring 2011: Lace Jewelry
Accessories with embellishments? Beads, sequins, and rhinestones—we’ve seen it all in the spring 2011 accessory trends. But with this pair of Anthropologie Feather Lace Earrings, accessorized accessories never looked so good! These earrings, handmade from metal, rayon, and cotton, are not only unique but practically weightless. You can pick up these lace fabric jewelry accessories for your spring wardrobe for just $28.

6. Jewelry Trend Spring 2011: Denim Jewelry
Denim is a staple in most of our closets, as well as one of the most popular spring 2011 accessory trends, so why not wear more of it? As you trade in your dark jeans for bold prints and other bright, spring fashion trends, keep the denim as part of your spring fashion jewelry style with this Ted Rossi Tie Dye Denim Zipper Cuff, $82. A denim item perfect to rock year-round. From the zipper detail to the tie-dye print, wearing this cuff will feel like wearing your favorite denim jeans.

7. Jewelry Trend Spring 2011: Cotton Jewelry
Start a new conversation this spring with a statement necklace in fabric. We love this Asos Strung Statement Necklace on Rope, $26.90. Made from wood, resin, and cotton, this wearable work of art is perfect with a plain white T-shirt and jeans.

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On Sale Now, Wear It Later:
Next Winter’s Must-Have Shoes & Fashion Accessories

By Katrina Caspelich

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Rebecca Taylor Photo: Don Ashby

While many of your fashion accessories—think necklaces, handbags, and gloves—may be timeless, adding trendy accessories, especially those you purchase on sale, are an easy and budget-friendly way to perk up your wardrobe. Want to work the must-have shoe and accessory trends while you can find them on sale? We’ve got you covered. Many of this year’s fall and winter trends take another turn on the dance floor in the next fashion season. The fur trend in fashion will be in full swing next year, branching into accessories, while the bootie trend is here to stay. In addition, hats—perhaps in a nod to the hat-loving British and their upcoming royal wedding—make a statement in a variety of looks this year. The ladylike trend lingers on in skinny belts and clutches for a touch of femininity. A fan of necklaces and bracelets? Wear more than one! Layering accessories is a trend we love seeing again and again.

fashion-week-2011-accessory-trends-kelsi-dagger-charlot-ankle-boots1. Ankle Booties Are Back on Trend
Hot this fall/winter fashion season, ankle booties will be the footwear again. Lace-ups, peep-toes, wedges—booties ruled the runways of Ohne Titel, Cynthia Steffe, and Dennis Basso. Showing different styles and heel heights, some designers went beyond black booties with reds, grays, and blues. Suede Kelsi Dagger Charlot Ankle Boots are perfect, especially at $69.30.

fashion-week-2011-accessory-trends-big-buddha-tuxedo-clutch2. Clutch Purses Mean Smaller Is Better
Ditch those oversized hobo bags! The clutch bag is no longer just for night. This little handbag comes out to play during the fashion day. Stay stylish carrying a clutch this fall, according to the fashion wisdom—and the runway collections—of Jason Wu, DKNY, and Thakoon. Willing to downsize? Opt for this Big Buddha Tuxedo Clutch with a detachable chain strap for $51.99.

fashion-week-2011-accessory-trends-delias-over-the-knee-socks3. Socks as Fashion Trend. Really.
Tights are so last year! Stay warm with a pair of high socks to go with your knee-high boots. Or, rock a thick wool pair with some lace-up booties. The sock trend helped tie looks together for Marc Jacobs, Rachel Roy, and Karen Walker. These acrylic Delias Over-The-Knee Socks, $12.50, are perfect to wear with high boots and can be scrunched down to wear with booties.

fashion-week-2011-accessory-trends-ana-kondor-for-asos-twisted-scarf4. The Fur Trend—It’s Not Just for Jackets Anymore
Fur jacket or fur vest beyond your budget? Wear fur another trendy way, as demonstrated in the Luca Luca, Tory Burch, and Tommy Hilfiger shows. You can accent your outfit by wearing a fur bag, stole, gloves, or hat. Save even more money by opting for faux fur. This wrap-around style Ana Kondor for Asos Twisted Scarf, $41.24, makes the perfect fur accessory.

fashion-week-2011-accessory-trends-fragments-mixed-deco-cuff5. Statement Jewelry Trends—Bracelets
It’s not just about statement earrings and cocktail rings. Next fall and winter, it’s all in the wrist with glam statement bracelets. Rock some bangles or a cuff like the models at Erin Fetherston, Sachin + Babi, and Bibhu Mohapatra. Direct attention to your wrist by sporting a gold-and-rhinestone Fragments Mixed Deco Cuff for $54. Not enough bling? Layer with more bracelets.

fashion-week-2011-accessory-trends-asos-cloche-felt-hat6. Mad for the Hats Trend
Whether beanie, wide brim, or beret, hats will be all the rage next winter. And what better way to accessorize, keep warm, and stay fashionable? Malandrino, Sophie Theallet, and Kaelen couldn’t agree more. Mastering the hat trend can be tricky, so try topping your look with this easy-to-wear black and gray Asos Cloche Felt Hat, $21.52.

fashion-week-2011-accessory-trends-new-york-company-skinny-snakeskin-pattern-belt7. Getting Skinny Will Never Be Easier: The Skinny Belt Trend
Accentuate your figure with a sleek skinny belt, carried over from today’s favorite ladylike look. Add excitement to that fall/winter wardrobe with a printed, boldly colored, or neutral belt, seen at Z Spoke by Zac Posen, Organic by John Patrick, and Derek Lam at NY Fashion Week. Try this New York & Company Skinny Snakeskin Pattern Belt for $13.96.

fashion-week-2011-accessory-trends-hive-honey-necklaces8. Layering Necklaces: When 1 + 1 = Trend
If you can never decide which necklace to wear, wear them all! Layer necklaces such as chains or a bold, chunky short necklace with a delicate long one. Alice+Olivia, Badgley Mischka, and Rebecca Minkoff agree! To get the look, combine this brass-plated 18” Hive & Honey Antique Flower Necklace with a 42” Hive & Honey Fireball Pearl Station Necklace, each $24.99.

The best part is that you can find all these shoes and fashion accessories on sale now—and rock the latest trends, come fall 2011. Save now, trend later!

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On Sale Now, Wear It Later: The Fall Winter Fashion Trends for 2011

By Katrina Caspelich


Libertine Photo: Rodin Banica, Timo Weiland Photo: Dan Lecca, Tracy Reese Photo: Edward James

New York Fashion Week just wrapped, and we’re exhausted! From runway shows and backstage interviews with designers, to parties and showroom visits, NY Fashion Week has been a whirlwind. Before we move on to the next if-you-weren’t-there-you’re-nowhere fashion event—the Oscars—we want to share some of the fashion trends sure to catch on for the fall and winter 2011 fashion season.

A few of the fall 2010 fashion trends—monochrome, lace, leather, and fur—will make encore appearances after starring roles this season. With stores making way for spring fashion, trendy winter items are on sale, just waiting to go home with you. Knowing the hot trends for next winter, jump ahead of the fashion curve and shop for these styles now, while they’re on sale. The best fashion news? Being stylish and on trend is easily affordable!

fashion-week-2011-clothing-trends-trouve-crop-fur-jacket 1. The Fur Trend: Faux Fur & Real
Already a big fashion trend for the fall and winter 2010 fashion season, the faux and real fur trend will still be hot when the next round of cold weather hits. Fashion designers, including Peter Som, Alice+Olivia, and Chris Benz agree. From hats to bags to coats, fur was on the runways during NY Fashion Week, and you’ll find it on sale in stores now, in both clothing and accessories. If you haven’t already purchased something furry this year—or even if you have—you’ll be happy to wrap yourself in this super-plush faux fur Trouvé Crop Fur Jacket for $89.90.
fashion-week-2011-clothing-trends-kensie-dress 2. Monochrome Fashion Trend: When 1 Color Is Enough
Being stylish gets even easier next winter when you sport 1 color from head to toe. The monochrome fashion trend will be the popular girl in your winter wardrobe, given that designers like Christian Siriano, Alexander Wang, and Richard Chai showed black-only, white-only, and gray-only looks in their collections. Black, winter white, and gray are easy-to-find options that work well on everyone. Try the 1-color winter look with an LBD, such as this long-sleeve, fitted Kensie Dress with detailing for $29.24. Complete your monochrome-trend look with black tights, shoes, hat, and coat.
fashion-week-2011-clothing-trends-bcbgeneration-one-shoulder-pleated-dress 3. Bare Shoulders: A Hot Fall/Winter Fashion Trend
Flaunt 1 or both of those sexy collarbones men adore. The bare shoulder trend is going to make a sexy statement for the upcoming fall/winter fashion season of 2011. From off-the-shoulder dresses at Carolina Herrera to the 1-shoulder look at Luca Luca and Carlos Miele, the bare skin is bound to turn heads. Look smoking hot in this polyester BCBGeneration One-Shoulder Pleated Dress for $118. And the bare shoulder trend is a sexy look for every body type.
fashion-week-2011-clothing-trends-romeo-juliet-faux-leather-skirt 4. Rev Up Your Fall 2011 Wardrobe with the Leather Trend
Whether black, brown, navy, or camel, leather fashion is timeless and classic, and everyone should own at least 1 leather clothing item. For fall and winter next year, the leather trend showed up in designers’ collections in shades from black to camel, via jackets, pants, bags, and skirts. Thakoon and Vena Cava sent models down the catwalk in leather, and our favorite leather pieces came from Tracy Reese. Her leather skirts were so fierce—to die for! Can’t afford leather, even on sale? Not to fret. This Romeo & Juliet Faux Leather Zip Front Skirt works the leather trend, and the $47.69 price tag works for our wallets!
fashion-week-2011-clothing-trends-mm-couture-by-miss-me-sequin-embellished-blouse 5. Embellishments Trend for Double-Duty Fashion
Have trouble accessorizing? Let the clothing accessorize for you. Designers who embellished their fall/winter 2011 collections with sequins, beads, feathers, and tassels? Marc Jacobs, Sachin + Babi, and Diane von Furstenberg. Add sparkle, feathers, tassels, or texture, to that outfit with this MM Couture by Miss Me Sequin-Embellished Blouse, $49.20.
fashion-week-2011-clothing-trends-armand-basi-jinely-cotton-blend-blazer 6. It’s Easy Being Green
All shades of green are going to be a big fashion trend next winter, including deep teals, bamboo, and cedar. And if the variety of greens at Trias, Rachel Roy, and Bibhu Mohapatra are any indication, there is a shade of green for everyone. Your friends will be green with envy when they see you in this Armand Basi Jinely Cotton-Blend Blazer, $83.75.
fashion-week-2011-clothing-trends-madewell-lindon-lace-tee 7. Lace Up for the Fall/Winter 2011 Trend
Forget your grandmother’s tablecloths. Lace is sexy, and not only for spring. Lace graced the fall/winter collections of Norma Kamali, Tadashi Shoji, and Rebecca Minkoff, among others, telling us that the lace trend is here to stay this upcoming season. Delicate and intricate, lace adds a feminine touch to any top, skirt, or dress. Bring some girlie girl into your wardrobe by rocking a finely textured Madewell Lindon Lace Tee, $39.50.
fashion-week-2011-clothing-trends-gap-tie-dye-geometric-top 8. Geometric Prints for Winter 2011 Fashions!
Sport geometric prints like those seen on the runways of Rag & Bone, Cynthia Rowley, and Timo Weiland. With eye-catching patterns, color blocks, and stripes on separates like this Gap Tie-Dye Geometric Top priced at $49.99 (for marine blue), you are guaranteed to add some flair to that dull winter wardrobe.
fashion-week-2011-clothing-trends-delias-low-rise-skinny-cords 9. That ’70s Bold Color Trend
Pay homage to vintage looks and bold colors like designers Peter Som, Nicole Miller, and BCBG Max Azria. Continue to wear your colorful and floral spring clothing into fall. It’s all about layering. Try taking color out for a fashion spin with a bright pair of pants like these Delias Low-Rise Skinny Cords, $14.99.
fashion-week-2011-clothing-trends-bcbgeneration-pleated-skirt 10. Trend Dressing in Pleated & Maxi Skirts
Good-bye, tight miniskirts. Say hello to a pleated skirt that hits above the knee or a long skirt—think floor-length maxi one. Mackage, Porter Grey, Lela Rose, and Karen Walker sent this style of skirts down their runways. Try this twill, A-line, BCBGeneration Pleated Skirt for $49.

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Gossip Girl Clothes, Mad Men Style, Glee Looks: Channel Surfing for TV Looks

By Lindsay Hahn

Watching TV can be great fashion inspiration! Whether it’s the ladylike ’60s look of Mad Men, the glam schoolgirl style on Glee, or the sophisticated designer wardrobe of Gossip Girl, don’t just envy your favorite TV characters this season—dress like them! It’s simple with our go-to guide for these TV looks. And you don’t need a celebrity-style budget to wear these shows’ TV style. Each item is under $100. Just pick up your remote control to rock your wardrobe in 2011!

Glee Fashion
It’s time to relive high school, the setting for this catchy sing-a-long series with plenty of TV style. It’s geek meets chic, and character Rachel Berry sports that perfect, preppy schoolgirl look. Stick to the key pieces and keep it natural. When it comes to accessories, remember to personalize! Rachel is snarky, confident, and everything is all about her. Gleek out with this outfit and you will surely be the center of attention.
Get geeky chic for Glee style: Pair a bright, chunky cardigan with a traditional plaid pleated skirt. Rock the knee-high socks with some oxfords. And get personal with a gold initial necklace. For a finishing touch, go for the sheer lip-gloss—it’s all about a natural angelic sparkle.

Gossip Girl Fashion
You don’t need to live like a New York socialite to look like this gossip girl—you don’t need her trust fund either! Serena Van Der Woodson is at the forefront of fashion. Her Gossip Girl style? Sophisticated with an edge. She always seems to get it right! She may jet off to Paris for the best fashion trends in Europe, but you don’t have to in order to ooze luxe and radiance for a Gossip Girl look. Happy shopping! xoxo gossip girl
Get this Gossip Girl high-end wardrobe: Start by pairing a wide-leg pant with a tank. For color, think spring! Go for pastels and neutrals. And remember—it’s all about her lavish fashion accessories. Look for simple yet classic pieces to achieve that designer feeling. Top off your look with a shimmery bronzer to get a light, sun-kissed glow.

Mad Men Fashion
As a suburban housewife, Betty Francis may have a conservative wardrobe, but she still exudes old Hollywood glamour. The ’60s are all about capturing that feminine, retro look. Demure can be sexy! It’s time to break out of the house and dress to impress.
Get her sexy vintage Mad Men style: Pair a full-skirted dress with kitten heels. Make sure to pick a dress with a bold pattern and strong silhouette. Accessories should be understated. Go for simple costume jewelry—less is more. Pearls will always give you that classic, feminine feeling. And pucker up with a bold lip color in a red or coral shade.

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Glee Fashion Finds
Forever 21 Pretty Plaid Skirt, $19.80, at forever21.com
Urban Outfitters BDG Fisherman Cardigan (here in yellow), $68, at urbanoutfitters.com
American Apparel Unisex Solid Knee-High Socks (here in white), $10, at americanapparel.com
Steve Madden Trouser Oxfords (here in black leather), $69.95, at stevemadden.com
Peggy Li Tiny Letter Charm Necklace, $44, at peggyli.com
Lancome Juicy Tubes Ultra-Shiny Lipgloss (here in Spring Fling), $18, at lancome-usa.com
Gossip Girl Fashion Finds
Marni Casual Pants, $59, at yoox.com
Forever 21 Rib Knit Basic Tank (here in tan), $3.50, at forever21.com
MICHAEL Michael Kors Belt, Wide Python (here in Natural), $58, at macys.com
Topshop Stripe Band Panama Hat, $40, at topshop.com
Bethany’s 36-Inch Turquoise Beaded Gold-Chain Necklace, $48.95, at fantasyjewelrybox.com
Lyric Lace-Up Shootie, $34.99, at payless.com
Laura Mercier Shimmer Bloc (here in Golden Mosaic), $38, at sephora.com
Mad Men Fashion Finds
BB Dakota Hasley Red Dress, $93, at lulus.com
Vaneli Undine Red Suede Pumps, $94, at lorisshoes.com
Givenchy Crystal Flower Cluster Necklace, $80, at lordandtaylor.com
Givenchy Faux 10mm Pearl with Fireball Double Drop Earrings, $38, at lordandtaylor.com
Mac Vegas Volt Lipstick, $14.50, at maccosmetics.com

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Religious Fashion Goes Trendy:
Belief Chic Fashion & Lifestyle Picks for Everyone

By Daniela Apeloig

Is nothing sacred? Apparently not in fashion—and you’ll be thrilled, if you’re stylish and want to wear your beliefs on your sleeve. Your prayers have been answered—religion has gone trendy! No matter which god you do or don’t believe in, or what religion you practice, these are not your grandmother’s rosary beads. From fancy Buddha metallic candles to the King James Bible covered in fashion-forward python print, religious symbols are shedding their stuffy image and joining the ranks of historic-turned-hipster symbols like the peace sign. Jews, Christians, Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, atheists, omnists—not to be confused with those who “ohm”—are ready to say it loud, say it proud, and say it chic. And what better time to say it than this holiday season with these religious fashion gift picks? Celebrate the holidays, and your beliefs, in style.

Buy Rock of Ages Eden Python Pattern Holy Bible, $200, at roapress.com
Buy Blissliving Gold Buddha Candle, $45, at blisslivinghome.com
Buy Ganesh Mall Yellow Ganesh Pillow Cover, $60, at ganeshmall.com
Buy Cappricio Shema Necklace, $324–$594, at Capriccio Jewelry, to order call 786.797.4653
Buy American Apparel Evolution Road Shirt (here in white), $31, at cafepress.com
Buy Sunshine Joy Keffiyeh Head Scarf, $9.95, at amazon.com
Buy Laura Elizabeth Hope Necklace, $165, at lauraelizabthjewelry.com

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Buy Laura Elizabeth Hope Necklace, $165

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Buy Laura Elizabeth Hope Necklace, $165, at lauraelizabethjewelry.com

  • Gold-filled chain
  • Approximately 16” long with 2” extenders
  • Includes a smoky quartz and charms—wishbone, Ganesh, Buddha, dove, ohm, hand of God, peace sign, and Mother Mary

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Buy Sunshine Joy Keffiyeh Head Scarf, $9.95

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Buy Sunshine Joy Keffiyeh Head Scarf, $9.95, at amazon.com

  • Authentic Middle Eastern scarf
  • Black and white woven scarf with rope and fringe
  • 39” x 39”
  • 100% cotton

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Buy American Apparel Evolution Road Shirt (here in white), $31, at cafepress.com

  • Curve-hugging tee
  • Made of ultra-fine, ring-spun cotton
  • Size up for a looser fit
  • Also available in pink

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