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Shop the Fall Trends in Our Latest Shop-a-Matic

Clockwise from left: Sheath Dress by Timo Weiland, Polka Dot Wide Leg Trousers by Topshop, Double Breasted Wool Coat by DKNY, Nanette Skirt by Club Monaco, and Silk Python Blouse by Etro

You've still got a few hours before spring 2012 fashion week kicks off, so why not take a look at what you'll be wearing now that it's fall? Our latest Shop-a-Matic covers the fall trends that have trickled into stores and are finally weather-appropriate. From the swinging sixties at Prada to colorful luxe furs at Gucci, this season leans toward feminine, refined dressing. For the pragmatist, down parkas are the outerwear of choice, while snakeskin and Mondrian-inspired color-blocking provide whimsical touches. To help sort through it all, we asked Mary Tomer Byun of Mrs. O to chime in with her picks of the season, some of which we might see on the First Lady in the next few months. Browse her picks here.

Sheath Dress by Timo Weiland
Price: $331
Why Mrs. O Likes It: "Paired with pearls and pumps, this patriotic windowpane print dress would be ideal for one of the First Lady's Fall DNC fundraisers."

Polka Dot Wide Leg Trousers by Topshop
Price: $90
Why We like It: Get a jump on resort's pajama pants trend with this whimsical polka-dot pair. The looser silhouette mandates adding on a tailored top or blazer to avoid looking as if you rolled out of bed.

Double Breasted Wool Coat by DKNY
Price: $695
Why Mrs. O Likes It: "Never one to shy away from color, the First Lady might gravitate toward this Fall coat for its bold pop of pink, balanced by clean, minimal lines."

Nanette Skirt by Club Monaco
Price: $150
Why We Like It: Calf-length skirts


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