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Fall fashion style guide

Use our fall fashion shopping guide to turn designers' runway concepts into real-life style you'll want to wear on the streets of Chicago

With temperatures cooling, it's beginning to feel a lot like sweater weather. Discover the best new trends this fall and step out into that awesome fall foliage in Chicago with style. This year is all about bold prints and colors (think vermilion red), head-to-toe knitwear, plaid and more. Visit the best shops in Chicago and get ready for autumn with these fall fashion essentials.

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Fall fashion 2014 trends

'60s mod
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'60s mod

It's a mod, mod world this fall, thanks to miniskirts, slim lines and other swinging looks from one of our favorite decades

Knitwear
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Knitwear

Cozy up to this fall trend, which features some of the most comfortable—and stylish—sweaters you'll ever wear

Men's looks
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Men's looks

For guys this fall, it's all about '60s mod, Western influence and more key fashion trends fellas shouldn't miss

Bold prints
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Bold prints

Go bold or go home: This fall fashion trend is all about trippy, graphic prints on everything from sweatshirts and dresses to shoes and other accessories

Vermilion
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Vermilion

We're calling it: The official color of fall fashion this year is this red hue

Western
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Western

Saddle up to one of fall's biggest fashion trends—no Southern accent required

Sparkle and shimmer
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Sparkle and shimmer

Your fall wardrobe is going to shine, thanks to these sleek and shimmery items

Plaid
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Plaid

We're mad for plaid this season: And this time, the pattern gets an update on everything from shirts to accessories

Drag Race's Courtney Act talks fall fashion trends and reality TV​
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Drag Race's Courtney Act talks fall fashion trends and reality TV​

As gender-bending performer Courtney Act (a.k.a. Shane Jenek) proves, this season’s biggest trends are strong enough for a man and fit for a queen Read the interview

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