10 Fall Accessory Trends You Won't Want To Skip

You've had your eye on the fall trends since they walked down the catwalk. You've waited month after excruciating month for them to drop. Now it's time to put your engines into drive, because finally, fall fashion is within arm's reach. While some of our favorite designers have their collections dropping at the brink of August, we're starting to see the new objects of our affection trickle into your favorite stores, which means it's time to start bringing in the goods. Where are we starting? Accessories.

For some reason, we're more open to dropping tons o' cash on a bag, a good shoe, or a piece of jewelry. Maybe it's because we think said accessory will have a longer life en mode than a new skirt or blouse. And while each season there are accessory trends we can really get behind (both financially and with our hearts), there are also the trends that we're digging — but don't want to spend all our dough on scoring. Ahead, we've brought you 10 of our favorite shoes, bags, and jewelry trends in a range of price points, so you can decide if you're in love or lust, depending on your financial barometer.
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The Navy Bootie

A simple black bootie is a tried-and-true closet staple, but this fall, permission is granted to go blue. Play with dark neutrals to take your outfit up a notch. Yes, we know what you're thinking and we especially love these paired with an all-black 'fit.
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Still a bit wary of mixing things up with an unexpected hue? This Zara bootie gets things done — and at a lower price point.
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The '90s Cat-Eye

The cat-eye just might be our favorite retro shape. The sunglass looks good no matter how angular or round the frame. Make your sweaters and turtlenecks shine with this sleek '90s take.
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Push your boundaries with this super narrow Adam Selman and Le Specs collaboration.
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The Python Crossbody

Python is popping up all over the place this fall — on boots, bags, coats, skirts — if you can dream it, it is probably rendered in reptile. If you're going to splurge on snake, go for the bag — it'll age like a fine wine.
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Afraid of going too wild? Get into the groove with an option that has python accents — mixed media is where it's at.
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The Felt Loafer

The school uniform-inspired flat is a closet staple that almost always resurface in some shape or form each fall. While you can't go wrong with a classic iteration that your headmaster would be proud of, try opting for a pair with texture or interesting detailing.
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Wear with a pair of cropped bell trousers and a T-shirt.
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The Art School Brooch

Pins are having a major moment, so we give big ups to brooches that employ natural elements like wood and leather. Its DIY in all the right ways.
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Pin this to the lapel of your coat. You won't be sorry.
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The Belt Bag

A backpack isn't the only way to carry a bag and still enjoy a hands-free lifestyle. Enter the belt bag — the fanny pack's chic older sister. Strap this baby on and still have coffee and phone in hand. Sigh (of relief).
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Zara's belt bag rings in for just under $100. And since it's black, you'll wear it every day.
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The Mini Block Heel

We say sandals are fair game come fall — temps stay warm long into the season. Low heels are the key component to this trend, so try out a a kitten or low block heel. Your gams will thank you.
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Low heels at a low price.
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The Ball & Chain Earring

Sometimes less (sparkle) is more. The clean silhouette and single material makes this go-with-anything piece all the rage.
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Studs and embellished baubles more your thing? Give the trend a try without commitment concerns with this lower-priced pair from Topshop.
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The Silk Scarf

There are at least 17 ways to style a bandana, which means there are just as many ways to style a scarf. While the cowboy classic is a great casual extra to add to your outfit, try a silk variation to amp up that finishing touch.
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The cream, white, and navy stripes in this option will work with almost anything in your closet.
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The Oversized Shopper

There are days we feel like Mary Poppins and just want a true carry-all to lug around. But we don't want to feel like a bag lady when we use those flimsy freebie canvas bags. Good news — oversized totes are on the rise. Try one with a bit of structure and you can throw everything inside without looking a hot mess.
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Clean and simple, like the inside of your bag (organize your things in pouches!).
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