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Trending This Fall….

The worldwide fashion week season is coming to a close, and that can only mean one thing: it’s the perfect time to reflect on what our F/W ’14 wardrobes will be filled with.

I’ll be the first to admit that the only thing on my mind right now is summer (curse you, slush puddles), and I’d definitely rather be shopping for a rad pair of acid-washed high-waisted shorts than an oversized, wool pea coat. BUT, in the world of fashion, we’re always prepared ahead of time. So, let’s take a moment to preview what will be in style for the months to come.


1) Out-of-this-World Coats

Whoever said fall style was strictly neutral must have never seen these coats.  I can finally wear pink sparkles without looking like a 5-year-old! Score.


2) The “New” Midi

Mid-length 60’s inspired skater skirts were a huge hit this past season (Kate Middleton, anyone?), and definitely will be again this spring.

Don’t get too excited though, because next fall it takes on a reinvented form. It’s still the same length that we love, but it looks like a looser and more playful form, rather than a structured and conservative one, will be the next big thing.


3) Motorcross Tomboy….with Glitter

Here’s the proof my mother always needed when I wore soccer shorts and vans in third grade (told you, mommm). But seriously, these graphic tees-turned-dress are definitely going to make the sports apparel more feminine for all of us this fall.


4) Winter Whites

To be honest, I’ll be surprised if winter whites are never not trending. You can ditch the all black for a day and still be stylish, I promise. And yes, Calvin Klein is totally giving you permission to grunge up a sweet ensemble by slipping on your Docs.


5) Photographic Prints

Hopefully this is the first and last time I’ll ever see Luke Skywalker on a dress – but the concept is cool. Art-inspired fashion is always guaranteed to be witty and unique, so why not try it out with a dress with your fave landscape or movie on it? Oh, and the best part is you can shop at Peter Pilotto’s Target line where you’ll find more matchless prints on a dress than you can handle (but in a good way).

Madison is a current Gallatin junior pursuing a concentration in Magazine Journalism and a minor in Nutrition. Besides obsessing over french bulldogs, peanut butter, and books, she aspires to be an editor someday. The city serves as her limitless inspiration, and you can most likely spot her in the park either writing away or leafing through magazines. She is currently the campus correspondent for Her Campus NYU and has previously interned and written for Bustle.com, Harper's Bazaar, Cosmopolitan and NYLON. She believes in freshly baked cookies and never taking herself too seriously. Except when it comes to her career, of course.  "Creativity is intelligence having fun." - Albert Einstein 
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