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Fall Trend Alert: Oxblood, This Season’s Not-So-Red Red

oxblood trend

The rich, dark red color known as oxblood has been popping up in street fashion and on runways alike. It’s almost a neutral, but not quite, thought it pairs well with wild prints and adds a touch of dark surprise. This color especially will look perfect with your long colored hair extensions, adding the perfect amount of style to your classic look. The name evokes an old-world, class quality, similar to the houndstooth trend from a few years back, but this trend is far from dated. Here are a few must-have fall items that will look stunning oxblood.

Jeans or…
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Fashion Trends for Fall: “Calvary Calling”

Fashion Trends for Fall: “Calvary Calling”

If you’re an experienced equestrian, you’re going to love this trend which Net-a-Porter has dubbed “the new horse play.” This new twist on equestrian fashion reads like a modern Tommy Hilfiger or Ralph Lauren ad: jodhpurs, riding boots, capes, and belted coats, a chic center part with long, sleek hair extensions worn either long or pulled into a pony tail. The equestrian look is the perfect way to incorporate other popular fall trends. Wear a military-inspired belted coat, a tweed cape, or a pair of smart plaid wool pants. Accessorize with tall leather boots, a thick belt in oxblood, and…
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Fall Hair Trends Straight from the Runway

Fall Hair Trends Straight from the Runway

A variety of new hairstyles appeared on the runways at Fall/Winter 2012 Fashion Week, some which required scissors and others which required more conventional tools like curling irons, hair spray, and bobbi pins. Safer styles included “chunky waves” at Gucci, Ports 1961, and Preen, “twisted tresses” at 3.1 Phillip Lim and Monique Lhuillier, “slicked-back strands” at Zac Posen, Lanvin, and Viktor & Rolf, “woven braids” at Rachel Roy, “deep side parts” at Donna Karan, Dolce & Gabbana, and Badgley Mischka, and “the faux bob” at Behnaz Sarafpour, Betty Jackson, and Donna Karan.
Less conventional styles such as “the billowy updo”…
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