A Complete Guide to Fall 2017's Top Fashion Trends

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Power Red

It's official: red is the color of Fall 2017There were sleek coats at Givenchy, monochromatic looks at Tod's, and a statement OTK boot by Fendi soon-to-be seen all over the street style circuit. 

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Vintage-Inspired Furs

Last season it was all about the statement fur, but for fall 2017 we're going back to basics. No frills, just fur. Yeezy, J.W. Anderson, and Vetements all featured classic, vintage-inspired coats that looked like they were plucked from an estate sale. 

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Gliteratti Boots

Sparkle and shine in this fresh boot trend. Chanel's space age go-go pair will take you out of this world, and the Rihanna-worn Saint Laurent ones will make you feel like a star. Consider this the white boot of fall—aka, a must have.  

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Western Front

This season's crop of cowboy-inspired looks—including Raf Simons' debut collection for Calvin Klein—reimagines what we think of the old-timey trend. But it's not so quiet on the Western front, with modern takes on the steel-toed boot, leather vests, cowhide prints, and kitschy cacti.

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'70s Plaid

When you hear plaid, you typically think of '90s grunge. But this season is all about the bright plaid from the '70s. The versatile print was crafted into classic coats at Prada, statement pants at Tome, and even premiered as a formal gown  at Jenny Packham. 

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Retro Hats

Tired of beanies? Fashion heavyweights like Marc Jacobs, Maison Margiela, and Coach 1941 are throwing it back to brimmed caps and bucket hats featuring vintage textiles like shearling and fur.  

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Victorian Collars

This fall, you'll be neck deep in Victorian-inspired collars. It's the turtleneck's fancy older sister (or great aunt, even). Brands like John Galliano and Kenzo took things literally in Shakespearean white, while Frame and Lemaire modernized it in crisp poplin. 

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Leisure Suits

The latest in cozy wear, the leisure suit, is what we like to call track suit-adjacent. It's a far cry from your typical athleisure look, with Chloé's cozy set in suede and Ashish's in technicolor sequins. To elevate the look (and convince yourself that it's OK to wear sweats outside), wear them with stilettos the way Rihanna styled her show for Fenty Puma. 

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Broad Shoulders

You're not borrowing from the boys this season, but from the men. Grandpas, to be exact. Oversized menswear blazers were spotted at Alexander Wang, Dries Van Noten, and Off-White, resolving the once never-ending debate on whether shoulder pads should return (they should).

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Nylon Coats

The nylon coats seen at Michael Kors, Stella McCartney, and Céline are the transitional outerwear of your dreams. Chic, super wearable, and can be conveniently packed away in your suitcase without the fear of wrinkling. 

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