Fall 2011’s Most Wearable Trends

Glamour describes this fashion trend as a throwback to 70's inspired day dresses: midlength skirts with long blousy sleeves.  Think Dolly Parton in 'Nine to Five'.
The Working Girl Dress
Adam Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
Glamour describes this fashion trend as a throwback to 70's inspired day dresses: midlength skirts with long blousy sleeves. Think Dolly Parton in 'Nine to Five'.
Add a touch of 'sexy' lace to your work outfit for this fall trend.
A Touch of Lace
Jason Wu Spring 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
Add a touch of 'sexy' lace to your work outfit for this fall trend.
Glamour says Camouflage is just one of the hot trends this fall.
Camo-Inspired
Victoria Beckham Dresses Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
Glamour says Camouflage is just one of the hot trends this fall.
A choker can update any fall dress according to Glamour.
Choker Necklaces
Max Azria Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
A choker can update any fall dress according to Glamour.
You don't even need to go shopping for this trend...just grab them from your closet!
Chunky Sweaters and Gauzy Skirts
Tommy Hilfiger Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
You don't even need to go shopping for this trend...just grab them from your closet!
Glamour recommends just wearing ONE plaid piece for this fall trend...although most designers went for a head-to-toe plaid look.
Granny Plaids
Tory Burch Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
Glamour recommends just wearing ONE plaid piece for this fall trend...although most designers went for a head-to-toe plaid look.
Move over LBDs.  Glamour says the Jade green dress can be simple or fancy this season.
Jade Green Dress
Yigal Azrouel Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
Move over LBDs. Glamour says the Jade green dress can be simple or fancy this season.
Glamour says this trend could become the new go-to weekend uniform.
Maxiskirts and Cozy Sweaters
Tracy Reese Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
Glamour says this trend could become the new go-to weekend uniform.
Glamour says this is the one trend that's not for everyone.  But if you look good in Mustard, go for it.
Mustard Hues
Thakoon Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
Glamour says this is the one trend that's not for everyone. But if you look good in Mustard, go for it.
Tucked at the waist and flouncy at the hips!  Glamour calls it a ladylike silhouette.
Peplums on Blazers, Coats and Vests
Thakoon Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
Tucked at the waist and flouncy at the hips! Glamour calls it a ladylike silhouette.
Head-to-toe dots was a trend on the runway.  If it's too much for you, Glamour recommends just wear a dotty blouse or scarf.
Polka Dots
Diane von Furstenberg Fall 2011
Head-to-toe dots was a trend on the runway. If it's too much for you, Glamour recommends just wear a dotty blouse or scarf.
Last year it was Camel; this year it's rust.  Glamour thinks it's a step in the right direction because the color is more universally flattering.
Rust-Color Coats
Jill Stuart Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
Last year it was Camel; this year it's rust. Glamour thinks it's a step in the right direction because the color is more universally flattering.
The skirt may have a slit a mile long, but Glamour says to get this fall trend right, you need to pair it with a long-sleeve top.
The Slit-up-to-There Skirt
Jenni Kayne Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
The skirt may have a slit a mile long, but Glamour says to get this fall trend right, you need to pair it with a long-sleeve top.
Glamour calls the trend of bright colored pants fresh and fun!
Bright Pants
Yigal Azrouel Fall 2011 (credit: Getty Images)
Glamour calls the trend of bright colored pants fresh and fun!

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