Links We Love

Links We Love: Oct. 6, 2013

By Stephanie Baladi
Photos: The Cut

Fall is here and it’s in full force. With Fashion Month coming to an end, it’s time to try out some of the best trends of the season. So, open up your closet and get ready to experiment.

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1. Were you too busy getting reacquainted with campus and classes to keep up with what was going down the runways this season? Well, New York Magazine has got you covered! Check out their 50 best shots from the past month, taking you through the best moments in New York, London, Milan, and Paris. [The 50 Best Images From Fashion Month; The Cut]

2. During Fashion Month, elaborate pieces and unique looks weren’t just found on the runways. The street style of attendees is always guaranteed to awe bystanders. Take a look at the best street style outfits of Paris Fashion Week and get inspired! [Street Style Paris Fashion Week Spring 2014; Harper’s Bazaar]

3. If you’re anything like me, you love the incredible deals and amazing options that Forever 21 offers, but sometimes it feels like there might be a few too many options. Just looking around at all the pieces can make you start to feel overwhelmed. Well, fear no more! With this guide from Refinery 29, you’ll be able to navigate the store like a pro. [How to Shop at Forever 21 — Without Hyperventilating; Refinery 29]

4. Now that it’s October, designers are gearing up for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Check out these brands that are doing good and donating 50 percent or more of their sale proceeds to breast cancer research. [Think Pink: Breast Cancer Awareness Month Products on Our Radar; Harper’s Bazaar]

5. By now, almost everyone has heard that Marc Jacobs is stepping down as creative director for Louis Vuitton, but did you know the designer actually only came to the decision a few days ago? Read the whole story and get a glimpse into how Jacobs made his choice. [Marc Jacobs Made His Vuitton Decision Only Yesterday; The Cut]

6. When you’re just starting a new job or co-op, figuring out how to dress for the office can be a tricky task. In this video, you’ll learn how you can take casual pieces and make them work appropriately without losing any of your style along the way. [Office to Casual Wear with ExtraPetite; Wendy’s Lookbook]

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