10.14.2012

Spotted: 8 Must-Try Fall 2012 Trends at Kohl's!

Autumn 2012 at Kohl's

Take home eight of Fall 2012’s hottest trends at price points that won’t break the bank from one of my favorite fashion meccas…Kohl’s!

BAROQUE Rock & Republic Embellished Twill Blazer - Rhinestone stud trim and fringe lend a baroque vibe to a basic blazer that is perfect for date night!

FAUX-FUR Jennifer Lopez Faux-Fur Sweater Vest Ultra shaggy, and ultra luxe - the perfect way to try the faux-fur trend on for size.

BOHO / TRIBAL FRINGE Princess Vera Wang Geometric Sweater Coat - Sophisticated oversized lapels juxtapose with flirty fringe and a glamorous geometric print that perfectly fits with the Boho / Tribal trend.

COLORBLOCK ELLE Chloe Clutch - The bone / black color combo makes the colorblock trend accessible; while the tassel and belt detailing on the front flap add a kiss of chic sophistication that is utterly irresistible!

OXBLOOD Simply Vera Vera Wang Gigi Satchel - A new handbag is the simplest way to incorporate the IT color of the season into your wardrobe. This one ups the ante with a patent leather front flap, and a fabulously functional top handle and removable / adjustable crossbody strap.

BLOCK HEELS LC Lauren Conrad Ankle Boots A buckle accent and round-toe give the chunky heel trend a carefree vibe; while the ankle boot aesthetic is ultra-necessary for your fall footwear collection!

LADYLIKE + NAVY ELLE Mary Jane Platform High Heels - You can't get more ladylike than an elegant Mary Jane. The navy (another hot hue for autumn!) color of these makes them even more appealing as you can check two trends off your fall must list - ladylike + navy!

GLITTER Princess Vera Wang Ankle Boots - Autumn is incomplete without a pair of ankle boots in your wardrobe...so why not give the standard bootie a makeover with a touch of glitter?! These are a favorite of mine as the silver glitter leans more towards a charcoal shade, making them the perfect stand-out accessory when coupled with skinnies or minis!

Which fall 2012 trend are you most excited to try out?


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20 comments

ellie said...

Always wanted something in Oxblood. Love these trends!

ivy's closet said...

Love the tribal fringe!

lucy and sarah said...

Such cool boots and shoes! What a great selection!

meg said...

I'm not sure I could wear that furry vest. But it does look cool. Such amazing Mary Janes!

Couture Carrie said...

Gorgeous selections!
Love that blazer!

xoxox,
CC

mazzy may said...

I love these trends! Sweet Blazer!

janettaylor said...

Love those Mary Janes platforms!

Sherin said...

Love these autumn trends. Block heels are my favourite.

Jennifer Fabulous said...

That Vera Wang boho sweater coat is pretty freaking fantastic. That's reason enough for me to head to Kohl's right NOW.

ilene @ muchloveilly said...

i think i need to make a kohl's trip! loving all of these picks!

Shooting Stars Mag said...

I really like those grey boots. Too adorable!

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Elly @ Caribbean Living said...

Oooh, a big fat YES to the twill blazer and navy heels, just gorgeous!

Fab round up as ever Erika!

ellie's desk said...

So love the vest!

Miss Caitlin S. said...

oh the uppppper right, the upppper right!!! Love it Erika! you have such an eye for Fashion from head to toe.

Street Fashion Paris said...

Amazing boot!!! beautiful!!!

Mama Fashionista said...

I haven't been to Kohl's in forever, but considering the cute Mary Jane's you've featured here and the one's that LC was sporting during NYFW, I think I may need to venture there in the near future!

Islandia Lane said...

I'm so in love with the glitter boots - so want them... but I think I'm loving the half and half ones that aldo has the most.

FashionCherry said...

Hi Rebecca,

Love the post! The Mary Jane Platform heels are delicious, its one of my favorite trends at the moment!

xx Tasha

UK Tights Blog said...

Those shoes are the business!

Great post.

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