Trend Watch: Bold Stripes on the Fall Runways

Stripes are pretty much always in style, but they were especially prominent in designer collections this season.

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Stripes are pretty much always in style, but they were especially prominent in designer collections this season. At Diane von Furstenberg, dramatic horizontal stripes in red and gold gave this long sleeve dress a fun, '80s look.
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Jeremy Scott's candy-stripe skirt makes a bold statement with pops of turquoise and yellow.
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Jason Wu's classic black-and-white stripe pullover could be styled over tunics or button-up oxfords.
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Balmain's glittering gold and blue stripe dress is pure rock-n-roll.
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Hot pink and red stripes from DKNY make a colorful wintertime statement.
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Karen Walker's '70s-inspired polo shirts pair perfectly with cropped trousers and a pair of rose-colored sunglasses.
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Marc Jacob's multi-stripe cape in shades of brown and taupe would be the ultimate errand-running layer.
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Phillip Lim updated a classic sweatshirt dress with silky black stripes..
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Likewise, Rag & Bone put their spin on a nautical stripe sweater by executing it in soft mohair.
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Rebecca Minkoff's unusual scribble-stripes made appearances on everything from coats to smock dresses.
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Rebecca Taylor's shimmery navy and gold tunic would be a perfect holiday-season layering piece.
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Rodarte's sophisticated gold stripe dress features waist-slimming geometric panels at the sides.
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Sonia Rykiel styled this cozy sweater dress with an oversize cardigan and silver "creepers."
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Thakoon's tribal-inspired striped tunics were styled with cropped trousers and open-toe sandals.
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Tory Burch mixed up contrasting stripes and patterns for a funky, casual look.
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