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LOTD: A Simple and Inexpensive Way to Wear Fur While on Holiday

For your cold weather OOTDs, natch.
We reassert that you are very, very lucky to be heading somewhere cooler for the holidays. As tropical-dwellers, a bit of chilly change is welcome every now and then (albeit at the expense of several strategic HeatTech layers). Want to look fresh
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8 Key Trends You Can Wear For A Flawless Noche Buena OOTD

Outchic everyone in the fam.
Christmas arrives in less than two weeks, and it just might be time to start planning your Noche Buena OOTD! Thing is, whether you like it or not you'll be taking a ton of photos (with your parents, siblings, titos, titas...), so
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This Is the Plaid Trend You Need to Start Wearing This Season

Suiting has never looked this cool.
Checkmate! Just when you're starting to think that plaid is lookin' a tad bit dated, the Fall 2017 runways are ready to stop you right there. If there's one print that's everywhere this season, it's this British heritage pattern.Designers are 100% mad
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How to Wear the Fall/Winter 2017 Trend: Silver

Translating trends to our tropics, one at a time.
Welcome to our new series, girls! It's one we've started out of the realization that the words "Fall/Winter" can be a serious repellent, especially for us tropical blooms. It's no sweat, though—if there's a will, there's a way! Below, we take the
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Trend Showdown: Off-Shoulder vs. One-Shoulder

Fashion's street-style savvies battle it out.
Two of the season's biggest clavicle-baring trends have got us in arms (pun intended!) to figure out which one we like best. If you're having the same trouble choosing, we pit off-shouldered and one-shouldered versions of three looks against each other and
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How to Style Ballet-Inspired Pieces

Get your dancing shoes on!
You may not be doing pliés at the barre, but why not dip a pointe-perfect toe into one of Fall/Winter's sweetest trends? Ballerina chic danced right onto the runways at Valentino, care of its creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli. Below, three ways to style ballet-inspired pieces