My favorite season is almost near meaning dramatic dark lips, chunky scarfs and boots. Get ready ladies, I know I am. Time to put those sundresses away and work your trench coat like you're strutting through NYC! Lets fast forward to Fall 2017 and take a glimpse at what awaits. As we all know fashion recycles itself every 10 years, expect 70's inspired plaid this season. If you're not ready to splurge on the trend, hop on over to your local thrift to tip toe into the world of plaid. Easy enough? Instead of borrowing your boyfriend's jeans, steal his blazer! That's right because broad shoulders are back and it's all over the runway. In terms of color, we will see many designers introducing red early on in monochromatic styles. Chocolate is here and not just for Valentine's Day. This heartfelt hue warms both our souls and our closets. In the season ahead there are stylish looks for everyone from power suits to athletic leisure suits. Can't beat cozy AND cute! Wanna turn this outfit up a notch? Add heels like our favorite fashionable Bad Gal, RiRi. According to Elle Magazine, a nylon jacket is a chic staple for your wardrobe, so don't miss the beat. We will see a ton of retro hats this Fall. These headpieces won't simply be worn as a bad hair day cover up but as a modified accessory piece instead. Word of advice, retire your beanie until 4/20 and snag a bucket cap if you're daring! While walking the wild side dress in metallic, glitter, gold and fringes. Political slogan tees are also on the rise- pair a bold shirt with a statement hat and you'll be sure to turn heads. Guess what I heard? Furs aren't going anywhere and this year, it's all vintage baby! So F#%K PETA. #SORRYNOTSORRY -Faux is always an option for our animal conscious folks. Okay you can stop hating me now. I'm simply reporting based off Fashion Week Fall 2017 runways. More velvet is on trend in a variety of hues along with lots and lots of sheer. Don't say I didn't warn you. Aren't these all perfect reasons to kiss summer goodbye? *Mwah* 

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