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I find plaid pattern pretty amazing too.

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Wool is also top on my list for this fall. Timeless. A very mature fabric.

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Folk Trend - F/W 08.09
I am loving the folk trend for this winter as seen at Gucci, DKNY and D&G amongst others, it is kind of hippy but a very polished look. I particularly like the rich prints and floaty dresses teamed with thick tights. I will also be treating myself to a new goat skin handbag (looks similar to the one seen on the catwalk at Etro)

Has anyone else found any good folky stuff?

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GO TO ZARA or Bershka.... those stores contain thousand of those folk trend xD..

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That bag is gorgeous !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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As an ex-worker of Inditex I agree with Sambo, Bershka is jammed full of this kinda stuff. Got amazing maxi flares there! I work in Miss Selfridge now though and we do have alot of the kinda thing you are talking about.. Maybe not so much the dresses but deffo the prints and a lot of 70's style jeans. Love this look!

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I picked up a few vintage dresses that would be perfect for this trend.
Like this one,
http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2332/...80e5237176.jpg

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*neutral colors
*less patterns, more block colors

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^ i feel a huge following to patterns actually
they are woven into the fabric
instead of printed

you will find a lot of monochrome fabrics used in collections and when looked up close there are woven triangles and such in the same colours... so basically a textural thing

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GO TO ZARA or Bershka.... those stores contain thousand of those folk trend xD..
Agreed. Bershka is bursting with this type of stuff.

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Some of my favorite trends included:
- Dolce&Gabbana's incorporation on men's pajamas into womenswear. When I first heard about it I was a bit skeptical to the concept, but when I saw the collection it was gorgeous. The silky textures and prints, alongside the beaded bags, it was very glamorous.
- Lanvin has always been a favorite of mine, and Alber Elbaz has always been a fave designer of mine. So it's no surprise that I loved that "messy sexy" look of the collection this season. The studded shades and the high heeled sandals were love love love.
- Sexy Parisian flair of Louis Vuitton was outstanding! First off, the opening structured jacket and that ruby bag, ugh -die-. Normally, I don't like too many accessories on an outfit, but the wide array of different accent pieces on the outfits worked: the bangles, necklaces, paired with different clothing textures of animal print and suede, it was amazing.
- Lastly, I loved Galliano's line. The shoes were very surreal, but it added to that avant-garde appeal that Galliano always achieves. The sheer dresses, floral skirts, aqua trench coat were my favorite pieces of the whole collection.

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what do you guys think of drop crotch jersey harem styled pants?
they seem to be big in f/w 08/09 but i just have no idea how to wear them. D:

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^I'm not a fan of them..

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girl meets boy kinda style

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Am I delusional, or are one pieces everywhere?

I'm not a fan. Too much camel toe.

I don't think you are delusional

lol on the camel!

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