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Thigh-High Slits

Be daring and slit it up!

One of the biggest trends this year makes a mega statement, reminding us that it’s ok to show a little leg sometimes. Thigh-high slits were first spotted on the Spring 2014 runway and have been worn on the red carpet by numerous celebs such as Kylie Jenner and Blake Lively. Reach new lengths and incorporate slits into your closet with high-fashion inspiration, and the best dresses and skirts for fall below. Shop now!

Assali, $450

Karla Spetic, $665

For Love & Lemons, $215

Mason by Michelle Mason, $356

Zara, $80

ASOS, $67

Will you show some skin this fall?

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Accessory Report: Fall Must-Haves

6 stylish extras that complete any look

Michael Kors said it best, when he mused, “I’ve always thought of accessories as the exclamation point of a woman’s outfit.” We couldn’t agree more with this sentiment, which is why we created a guide to the most wearable and statement-making accessories for fall.

Here’s a little preview of some of the fashion picks from the guide:

Loeffler Randall Shearling Lock Clutch

Nasty Gal Sheer Madness Reversible Bag

ASOS Say You Do Pointed Heels

Zara Fur Wraparound Stole

ASOS Faux Fur Lapel Collar

Topshop Classic Fedora Hat

Zara Pearl and Stone Earrings

Mango Snap Ring Ear Cuff

Zara Mini Bag with Clasp

Sophie Hulme Mini Envelope Cross-Body Bag

Shop more fall accessories here! And tell us, which one are you dying to buy?

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How to Distinguish Oxford from Derby Shoes

"Not all dress shoes are created equally. It’s common to wear derbies in casual and somewhat dressy settings, but there are formal events when only a pair of oxfords would fit. When you can’t distinguish between the two though, how would you even know what to wear?"

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