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It's hard to believe that summer has practically come and gone.
With fall looming ahead, it's time to start getting ready for the new season.
And with any change of seasons comes new fashion trends to try.
Instyle's Editor in Chief Laura Brown shared three of the biggest trends for fall and how to give them a whirl on a budget.
Here's to a happy and stylish fall!
It's officially time to forget about the saying that less is more. This fall it's all about having fun by mixing and matching textures and prints.
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Frill Neckline Blouse, $70, Zara
Knit Midi Skirt, $70, Zara
Checked Double Breasted Jacket, $119, Zara
Wagner, $130, Steve Madden
Charlie Metal Round Sunglasses, $10, Urban Outfitters
Menswear inspired looks continue to hold strong into fall. However, this season it's all about wide leg pants and oversized jackets, which instantly add a modern and fresh take on the trend. If you're look to give your outfit a feminine touch have some fun with color or girly accents like pearls and shimmer.
Tweed Jacket with Faux Pearl Button, $129, Zara
Silk Tank, $95, The Reset
FeatherBone Ribbed-Shimmer Wide Legs, $108, Anthropologie
Loose Jacket, $100, Zara
Wide Drapey Trousers, $70, Zara
The '70s are back in the best way possible. Fashion is getting a taste of all things disco with shimmer and glitter. Get ready to shine and do a little dance this fall!
Jersey Tank Top, $6, H&M
PU Pencil Mini Skirt, $60, Topshop
Moto Fitted Western Jacket, $75, Topshop
Metallic Smartphone Crossbody, $68, Banana Republic
Fabric High Heel Ankle Boots, $66, Zara
Roll Crop T-Shirt, $16, Topshop
Rose-gold Sequin Skirt, $138, J.Crew
Ella Mirrored Statement Earrings, $22, Urban Outfitters