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5 Fall/Winter 2016 Trends You Can Wear in the Tropics

No sweat, from runway to real-life!
5 Fall/Winter 2016 Trends You Can Wear in the Tropics
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No sweat, from runway to real-life!

One of the greatest trials every fashion girl battles is the weatherin these tropical climes, it can get pretty hard to simultaneously stay on-trend and not, you know, die of the heat. FYI, though, even if you're bemoaning our blatant lack of below-fifteen-degree temperatures, the Fall/Winter 2016 runways totally still apply! Below, a roundup of five catwalk trends we equatorials can cop, and how to wear them in our blazing conditions. That's hot.

1. Color: Pink

Seen at: Gucci, Delpozo, Alexander Wang, Creatures of Comfort, Altuzarra

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Take Gucci's ulta-sweet cotton candy confection to the streets via Irene Kim's saccharine sailor-style getup!

2. Fabric: Velvet

Seen at: Valentino, Givenchy, Rochas, Vetements, Opening Ceremony

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This plush fabric cozies up at Rochas, but is spun for the summer by Hailey Baldwin's sexy wrap dress.

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3. Aesthetic: Menswear

Seen at: Calvin Klein Collection, Balenciaga, Tod's, Ralph Lauren, Dries van Noten

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Nina Popovic keeps cool in a heat-friendly adaptation of Balenciaga's checked power suit.

4. Silhouette: One shoulder

Seen at: Rodarte, Isabel Marant, Saint Laurent, Lanvin, Moschino

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When just the idea of layering is making you sweat, look to Azza Yousif for a chic version of Rodarte's lacy tiers.

5. Print: Animal

Seen at: Christian Dior, Sonia Rykiel, Dolce & Gabbana, Maison Margiela, Prada

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Prada fur is so not an option in our tropics, so make like Christine Centenera and go for pajama-style slouchy.

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