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Top 10 Trends For Fall 2015

It may be hotter than, well you know what, but it’s not too early to start thinking about fall. I just returned from Chicago and viewing the Fall 2015 collection from Worth New York. For those of you who have given up on fashion and it’s whimsy’s and dictates that seem to cater to the young and thin, I have great news! The trends for this season, and particularly at Worth New York, address the modern woman who is searching for clothes that are designed for women who want to look like women, not teenagers or a once younger version of themselves.

This fall you can celebrate the dynamic relationship between past and present. Nostalgic classic textiles like wide wale corduroy and soft suede work seamlessly with contemporary cuts in modern fabrics for looks that transcend time. Transition into fall with a return of patent leather matched with a classic trench coat for a sleek, modern approach to the season.

Here are the top 10 trends to look for this fall:

 

1. PATENT LEATHER

Patent Leather

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2. FUR

Fur

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3. PONCHOS

PONCHOS

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4. CLASSIC COATS

CLASSIC COATS

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5. FLARED PANTS

6. CABLE KNITS

FLARED PANTS CABLE KNITS

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7. COLOR BLOCKING

COLOR BLOCKING

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8. SUEDE

SUEDE

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9. MONOCHROMATIC

MONOCHROMATIC

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10. FRINGE

FRINGE

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