10 Fall Trends It's Not Too Early To Start Thinking About


It may only be July, but our heads are already reeling with images of the fall clothes to come. While certain trends-like massive fur collars-will have to wait a while to actually be worn, we're down with planning ahead. Plus, a handful of our top ten can be integrated into our wardrobes in little more than a month. One such obsession is the winter florals that were all over the fall 2010 runways. Proenza Schouler (above) did them best, we think.

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Spikes aren't exactly a new thing, but they also aren't going anywhere for fall. If anything, they're taking over even more. [Jak & Jil Blog]


You don't need to go all out with the fur coats this fall, but explosive fur (faux or real) touches will do the trick. [Style.com]

Skip the boring lapels and try out suiting with a twist. This Alexander Wang outfit is a little intense for us, but it should give you an inspiration point. [Style.com]

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Consider turning yourself into a fashionable human yeti a la William Rast this fall. [Style.com]

Red lips are always cool, but orange-y red is the shade to try right now. Tory Burch and Herve Leger showed us how it's done. [Style.com]


Layering is taking on a whole new life with turtle necks and tees under very ladylike ensembles. Temperley makes it look hella classy. [Style.com]

Splash NewsCapes, cloaks and all things in between are your best friend. Wear them with panache like they did at Armani Prive. [Splash News]

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Strong eyes like the ones at Rachel Roy were a common theme throughout fall 2010 Fashion Week. [Style.com]


Camel-colored clothing is making an enormous comeback right now. Derek Lam did it right. [Style.com]

Posted By: Lily Q @ The Frisky

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