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What's hot this fall? Fashion forward Bostonians reveal their ideas.
Rich, dark lip color: For a cheap version, blogger Holly Darling is currently loving Revlon’s Color Burst Lip Butter in Red Velvet.
Dries Van Noten fall 2013 RTW collection: Amanda Knorr, of Spreedia.com, think its stripes, sparkles, and fringe are delicious.
Manolo blahnik “BB” suede pumps: Knorr already purchased these for fall, and said "they are well worth the wallet-ache."
20th Anniversary “Sandlot” Center Hi by PF Flyers: Designer James Lee worked on a shoe for their 20th anniversary of the movie.
Navy leather card holder from Corter: "It’s the perfect size to carry essentials and slim enough to carry in pockets," said Lee.
Fisherman sweater: "The Row did a great one but you can find them almost anywhere," said Rue La La lead stylist Alexandra Ryan.
Oversize tuxedo blazer: "Balmain had a beautiful couple of jackets," said Aubrie Pagano, founder of Bow & Drape.
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Pagano adds, "And, obviously, a cronut."
The Mini Bag: Stylist Elisha Daniels's favorite is Alexander McQueen Heroine Mini.
An oversize, cozy winter coat: Sondra Grace, chair of MassArt fashion design, said, "it’s time to move on from the chubbie to the full-length quilted coat."
Khai Khai Jewelry “Speak No Evil” ring: Communications consultant Liana Krupp said "you could say this one speaks to me."
Proenza Schouler PS13 bag, available at Louis Boston: Krupp is obsessed.
Shinola “The Birdy” double wrist wrap watch: The gold typography of the watch slays Erika Johnson McMahon, founder of CapeNanny.com.
Something from Artemis Design Co.: Olives & Grace owner Sofi Madison finds the pieces inspiring.
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