Ten Fall Trends and How to Wear Them 

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Layering chains and mismatched costume necklaces and bangles was prevalent across most of the Spring 2009 collections, which is probably attributable to the "bang for your buck" theory: Pay $100 on a glittering piece and transform three different simple dresses you already own. Everyone from Lanvin to Phillip Lim has started making lower-priced costume jewelry lines, and the pieces for fall are, overall, like tiny works of art: oversize florals on strands of heavy chain, massive geometric beads, huge glittering baubles, you name it. (J.Crew, I'll admit, actually has some truly stunning ideas.) Get a couple of pieces and overhaul a blazer or sweater with a three-strand dazzler.


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