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8 Fall Trends To Start Shopping NOW

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    At a time when the rest of the universe is thinking beach, pools, and sun, your mind’s already on fall — fashion, that is. We don't blame you. Those runway looks have been dangling in front of your nose since February. But, you're not about to do something crazy like deck out in a wool parka when it’s 90 degrees outside. You can, however, take those trendy qualities you love about said coat — the color, the fit, the sheen — and replicate them in your summer wardrobe.

    You adored that icy-blue jacket from Tibi's fall line, so incorporate the same hue into your sandals game. Partial to Rodarte's glitter coats? Bring out that sparkle in a brand-new clutch instead. Ahead, we're giving you more inspiration for what to buy right now, highlighting eight runway looks and mapping out three ways to shop each trend before everyone else does next month. Because, who doesn't love being first?

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