Fashion Trends

Fall Fashion: Fall All Over

Often, fashion trends can be fleeting and regrettable (remember corset shirts, baby-doll dresses, and tiny tinted sunglasses?). But lucky for us New Englanders, this fall designers are taking a cue from the timeless pieces that have been hanging in our closets for generations. So grab a hot cider and layer on the chunky knits, woodsmen plaids, and up-to-the-chin turtlenecks—it’s time to embrace the best season in Boston.


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