Looking for something to add a lot of pizazz to your fall wardrobe?  This season one of fashion’s coolest throwback trends that is making all of the runways is the return of the stole.  Yes, that wrap your grandmother wore. But this isn’t your grandmother’s stole.

Think Lana Turner, Marilyn Monroe, Rita Hayworth, Ingrid Bergman – in their prime. Women of great style who not so much wore their stoles as they draped  them over their bodies, adding glamour to even a basic suit. Today’s stoles harken back to that day when they were luxurious, bold and worn with great style and abandonment. Faux or real, a fur stole is the must have accessory.

Scarves are all good and well, but now it’s all about their sophisticated and unexpected sibling, the stole. It’s a garment that admittedly may have enjoyed its heyday several decades back, but is having something of a runway renaissance, with boldfaced cameos on catwalks from Marc Jacobs to Worth New York. Maybe designers are making up for lost time when it comes to this statement-making piece, or perhaps – it can be chalked up to the forces of fashion.

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                                 Akris                                       Marc Jacobs                                     Akris

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                                       Max Mara                                 Jason Wu                                 Jason Wu

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Judy Ninman

Judy Ninman is owner/designer for her namesake couture company, partner in one of the top Worth New York agencies in the country, and designer of award-winning signature apparel for corporations. With over 25 years experience in the fashion industry, she has been featured in the Dallas Morning News, D magazine, Southern Bride, and hosted FOX 4’s Good Day Dallas fashion segment. She has a reputable, loyal following of Dallas’ fashion-conscious women. Check out her website and LinkedIn.