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Bag Lady

Guess who designed them? The Tiffany blue bag is the giveaway. Yes, your favorite jeweler now decorates your shoulders or, in this case, wrists, too. The Tiffany Leather Collection features women’s handbags for day (one is even reversible) and evening as well as bags for men. The little blue box just got much bigger. Tiffany Bracelet Bags, $95, Tiffany & Co.

Shoe on This

Express refers to these lace-up oxfords as part of the collegiate trend, but we see them as the finest alternative to a ballet flat to hit the scene in a long time. The oxford has enough character to carry the most casual of looks (T-shirt and jeans) or to further your menswear craving (boyfriend blazer). Lace-up oxford shoes, $79, Express

Speaking Of

It seems fragrances are the new clothing lines for celebrities. Fergie has partnered with Avon to launch her new scent, Outspoken. Why Outspoken? Well, because her style is "all about speaking up and making a statement." She does so with iced berry, passion flower and raw ebony wood notes. Outspoken by Fergie, $28, avon.com

Knit Picking

The comfy cozy knits are back this fall and they’re as inviting and easy to get along with as a pair of leggings. They stretch, they forgive, they even camouflage. Fasten a belt over a warm cardigan, as shown, to remind everyone of that figure underneath. Merona knit sweater, $25, Target

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