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Fall 2010 Report: 5 Easy Ways To Wear The Camel Trend

October 4, 2010 by Justine Schwartz
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As far as fall 2010 trends go, camel is here to stay. If you’re not sure how to incorporate the look into your wardrobe – we have some solutions. From soft cashmere scarves, to structured wool coats, the camel trend is a welcome one in our books. Try the hot runway look at home, in 5 easy steps:

Camel Cardigan:

A cardigan is the easiest way to try the trend – you will wear this MICHAEL Michael Kors Open Front Cardigan ($89.50) with everything from dark skinny jeans to black work trousers.

Camel Coat:

From Chloe to Ralph Lauren, camel coats were on every fall 2010 runway. Get the must-have fall item for less; this BB Dakota Riberton Jacket ($120) is a statement-maker, not a bank-breaker.

Camel Boots:

Let your feet get a piece of the action with these 70s-inspired, Ali MacGraw-approved J.Crew Sutton tall leather flat boots ($298). Wear them over skinny jeans or with wool tights and a corduroy skirt.

Camel Scarf:

Wrap yourself in this Love Quotes Hand Knotted Tassel Scarf ($85) – the camel color goes with everything. Trust us, you’ll wear it straight through spring.

The Splurge:

If you’re considering a splurge, look no further than this Diane von Furstenberg Cummings Sweater ($425). Belted it is simply perfection. (Start saving your milk money).

For more must-have fall trends, shop our Fall 2010 Shopping Guide to shoes, coats, tops and pants. Then head over to our guides for the best military jackets, jeggings, boots under $100 and clogs.

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Editorial Director

Justine Schwartz is a veteran women's lifestyle editor; she's written extensively about style & beauty tips, health advice and wedding planning for more than a decade. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine, Huffington Post and New York Weddings. Justine has been with SheFinds since 2010; you can reach her via email at [email protected]

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