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Designer-Look Bags Under $75
Get the high-fashion handbag look at a budget-fashion handbag price of under $75. Find the season's best shapes and colors at a price you can afford for a bag.
Vests are a great way to add a wearable, chic finishing layer to outfits you already own. Here are our favorites.
Photos from the 2008 Bejing Olympics, with an emphasis on Olympic fashion.
Would You Wear This Fashion Trend?
Sure, it looks good on someone else, but are you brave enough to take on sky-high stilettos, bows, lace, studs and other trendy fashion looks? Browse through the fashion trend gallery and cast your vote on which fashion trends you would wear.
Hemlines take a dip to mid-calf and longer this fall. Add a longer-length skirt to your wardrobe to add a fresh perspective. Taller gals can go to near-ankle-lengths; shorter women look best in mid-calf lengths.
6 Tricky Trends -- Would You Wear These Looks?
Overalls, chartreuse and harem pants may seem like a good idea, but would you wear these new trends from Spring 2009 Fashion Week?
Quick 'n' Cheap Update: Bows
Add a feminine touch to your Fall wardrobe by adding a bow look to everything from blouses to shoes.
Worst Fashion Trends of 2008
The worst fashion trends of 2008 included black tights with everything, ugly shoes -- gladiators and shooties -- and maxi dresses.
Fashion Week, Fall 2008
See the latest designs from New York Fashion Week, Fall 2008.
What's That Sleeve Called?
Do you know your lantern sleeve from your balloon sleeve? Right now the sleeve is the design element in fashion. Find out what each new look is called with our picture gallery.
Top 5 Trend-proof winter buys
Ready for some fashion, but not quite ready for spring clothes yet? Don't be tempted to blow your budget on winter clearance items that you may never wear. Stick with timeless finds and you'll enjoy your smart picks for years to come.
Find the latest trends for fall fashion for women.
Should You Worry About Your Fur Being From Fido?
Should you worry that your fur coat (or faux fur) is made from Fido? We'll show you what the fuss is all about.
Spring 2008 Fashion
Find out what designers sent down the runway for Spring '08.
Scarf Print Tops
Add a dash of fast style to your wardrobe with the latest scarf print tops.
Spring 2008 Fashion Trends
Find out what's hot in women's fashion for Spring 2008.
Tribal and safari looks took over the runways with vibrant prints, warm tones and rich accessories. See the best looks from the top fashion designers.
What to Wear Now: Wide Studded Belt
Cinch your style with a wide-waist belt for fall.
What to Wear Now: Statement Necklace
For less than $25 you can buy a great statement necklace to update your fall look.
What to Wear Now: White Boyfriend Shirt
The perfect white shirt for right now -- a white soft washed oxford.
What to Wear Now: Sequin Jacket
Sequins add flash to your wardrobe this season.
What to Wear Now: Dark Denim
Dark rinse jeans are a flattering bet for seasonless style.
What to Wear Now: Short-Sleeve Cardigan
Substitute your summer jackets with a short sleeve cardigan for a feminine, but modern look.
What to Wear Now: Scoop Neck Dress
Scoop neck embroidered dress is perfect for warm summer days.
Yellow, harem pants, frou: all of these trends and more came down the runways of Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, Diane von Furstenberg and the rest of your favorite designers. And we have all the pics for your fashion inspiration.
Worst Fashion Trends of the '00s
The worst fashion trends of the decade included celebrity designer overload, middle-age teenagers and ugly shoes.
What to Wear Now: Denim-Look Leggings
Denim-look leggings are the perfect thing to wear now and into the next season.
Vests are one of the biggest trends for Fall 2010. Get inspiration straight from the runway on how to wear a vest.
Gray is the color for Fall 2010, seen in everything from soft dove grays to bright silver.
Denim for Spring 2010 doesn't just mean jeans: denim is popping up on shoes, jackets, dresses, even handbags. If you're feeling extra edgy and youthful, wear it head-to-toe (which was previously a fashion no-no.) The rest of us can pick a great piece or two to update our exisiting wardrobes. Denim shirts and jackets look great with khaki and white, but also pair with brights like yellow.
Basic leggings have become a fashion staple, but this spring designers offer us so many new choices in leggings.
Military operations were on designers' minds for spring 2010: army jackets, olive green and khaki, camp shirts and camo all made appearances.
Mad for Plaid
Plaids are popping up on everything from shirts to bags. See the freshest plaids in spring fashion.
Shirtdresses -- in everything from plaid to chambray -- emerge as one of Spring 2010's key dress shapes.
Want to add something really new and fun to your wardrobe? Try shorts, in everything from classic bermuda styles to newer boyfriend denim styles.
Spring shoes are anything but boring: bright colors, towering platforms and eye-popping combinations and embellishment make shoes this season the main accessory.
Jumpsuits enter the mainstream in affordable styles that will convert you to this system of one-piece dressing.
Fringed bags can be boho, Western or chic depending on the materials and silhouette. Here are my favorites.
Flattering coral is emerging as the go-to color for spring and summer. It's naturally compliments the seasons many neutrals and blues; coral looks great on most women, too.
What to Buy Now: Cropped Pants
Ready for Spring? Try some cropped pants.
Top 10 Cargo Looks
This season all things cargo are hot: cargo pants, cargo shorts, even cargo tops. See our favorite cargo pieces.
Fall Fashion Highlights
Highlights from the Fall 2009 Fashion Weeks shows from Diane von Furstenberg, BCBG, DKNY and more.