Fashion: Must-Have Items of the Season

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BOOTS are the first must-have item this season.

But not all of them will do: tall, to-the-knee boots are the best footwear option for everything from full skirts to gauchos.

For a great collection of knee-high boots view Gotham City Online as well as Shoe-shop.com

A new, flat silhouette in tall boots is new, as is the wedge heel.2

Both of them you can find on Zappos.com Women's Shoes

Lace-up styles, ruched looks and croc embossing are great alternatives to basic leather boots.

Another new footwear fashion trend is knee-high western boots.

Bright colors as well as dark browns and blacks are preferable, ornaments and fur details will be a plus.

The newest western boot collection you can view on Boot Barn.

BIG BAG is another basic element for a fashionable look this season.

From oversized hobo bags to large structured styles, the bold bag is this season's must-have.

While luggage-sized satchels are around, the most manageable sizes are slightly oversized.

For a new collection of big bags you can go to Forzieri.com UK2

Along with bold bags, classic style becomes extremely actual, for a collection of great designer classic handbags visit:GUCCI Handbags and FENDI Handbags

Other MUST-HAVE ITEMS are:

• Military-inspired jacket or coat

• Animal prints

• Fur trims

• Embellished jeans

• Bold jewelry - especially cuff bracelets2

As for things from the past seasons, you can still wear:

• Boho: Layer your tiered skirts with a cropped jean jacket for cooler weather.

• Shrugs: Layer shrugs and tie-front ballet tops over long camisoles and sheer tops.

Pair with denim or cropped pants.

• Chunky, ethnic jewelry: Mixes great with fall's teals and browns.

• Metallic shoes and bags: Still hot!

• Cropped pants: Wear with tall boots and a duster or long coat for a cool long-over-short look.

For a new collection of designer clothes and accessories visit:

Also see great collection of fashionable wear on:

To add fashionable fur apparel to your wardrobe go to:2

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