Our Favorite Trends From NYFW

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    The parties don’t matter. The music doesn’t matter. The swag doesn’t matter. Even your seat doesn’t matter. Don’t get us wrong — we love all that stuff. But, when you get down to it, NYFW is really just about the clothes. So, refocus and take note. 'Cuz after days of following the runways like racetrack gamblers and seeking out the common threads, we finally have the top 14 trends we're loving for fall 2014.

    It's about dresses that scream, "Look at me" in all the right ways and subtle western pieces you can wear in the big city, too. It's about new takes on old favorites, like the classic biker jacket. It's about a perfect pant for work and weekends and cozy coats for effortless layering.

    As for the parties, well, okay, they mattered, too.

    Click through, and bookmark this slideshow for the top 14 trends to watch for this fall. You're sure to be referencing it lots in the months to come.

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