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10 Fall Fashion Trends You Might Regret Buying

By michellehorton |

Each and every season, we look to the runways (and then to our local stores) for the biggest trends that everyone’s wearing. Many are recycled trends from eras past, especially this season, where we’re seeing comebacks from all over history’s map — from the 1920s to the 1990s.

Often times these trends are debated, and although you might initially think that a look is silly (graphic pants?), the more you see them on celebs and in J.Crew catalogs, the more they grow on you. (Remember: people once thought big shoulder pads and velour tracksuits looked good.)

But allow me to pull off your blinders for a moment. It’s much more important to buy clothes that’ll get years of wear — clothes that will work with your current wardrobe and your current style — rather than an “it” piece that you’ll eventually stop thinking is cool.

Of course many of these trends might be your exact style, in which I say awesome. Go for it. But if you’re on the fence about a certain look, here are some things to keep in mind before buying:

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10 Fall Fashion Trends You Might Regret Buying

Baroque/Luxe Fabrics

This just screams regret to me. If you’d like to dabble in this highly prominent, yet incredibly dramatic, fashion trend, start with small accents rather than head-to-toe baroque.
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Michelle Horton is the founder of Early Mama, an award-winning site that proves young motherhood doesn’t have to define or limit us. When not writing, she’s typically pretending to be a superhero in her 4-year-old son’s imaginative play. Read bio and latest posts → Read Michelle's latest posts →

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