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If last fall was the season of leopard, then this fall is definitely being taken over by python. Subtly textured, patterned python prints are insanely glam, but like leopard prints, if executed incorrectly, could look like they came out of Peggy Bundy's dressing room on the Married with Children set. Thankfully, plenty of designers have fashioned out some sleek new offerings of the reptilian variety. Think: Ready-for-anything shoes, slinky blouses, and statement skirts will all get you ready to meet your very own snake-charmer.
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The trenchcoat originated as outerwear made for army officers in WWI (hence, trenches), but its sartorial prowess was so obvious that it quickly became a fashion staple. Those D-rings, deep pockets, and back flaps might have had practical uses for leading troops, but various style communities including punks, preps, read