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The Reformation This eco-friendly brand repurposes vintage materials to bring you the coolest downtown-esque goods — and they're crazy discounted right now. The Reformation Bermuda Coat, $119 (originally $398), available at The Reformation.

AllSaints Fall '12: an exercise in subtle contrasts

The Quarter Tuck You've heard of the half-tuck. But, fashion people have undertaken an even slimmer fraction. A well-executed Quarter Tuck requires an absurdly miniscule portion of your shirt — approximately the width of your hand — to be tucked into your pants, showing how truly uncommitted you are to this whole "neatness" thing.

Giving me a little bit of 20's fun - love the hair & makeup on the model as well.

a pair of great fitting jeans, a white shirt and a fantastic coat...works all day long

I've probably pinned this already, but whatev. This reminds me of one of the original Barbie dresses that had a matching gold jacket.

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The inclusion of 2 nations symbolic fashion trends is seen in the imagery of the Eiffel Tower Gingham geometric woven fabric which was originally created by the Dutch who exported the textile into Europe furing the 17th. One hundred years later the textile was being produced in the mills of Manchester, England. The checked gingham was most popular during the late Victorian period and has made a comback since the turn of twentieth century.

neutral ‹ Fab Winter Trench Trend. Boyfriend coats. Belted trench. Oversized coats are the way forward

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