Fall Fashion 2008

From skinny pants to ankle boots, local boutiques highlight the hot fashion trends

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Culture Clash

Why choose between your favorite fashions? By incorporating elements of two styles, you can have the best of both worlds — just keep it simple, and you’ll be golden.

Zara basic cropped pants in brown $56
Zio pearl/gold embellished tank top in grey $59
Wooden Ships knee-length wrap in white $74
M 18K gold-plated bracelet $110
Woven beaded gold bracelet $24

Pegasus mid-calf boots by Sergio Tomani in tan $149

Pegasus Shoes
27 N. Chestnut St., New Paltz

“Two of my favorite looks —
Russian ethnic and equestrian chic
— are big trends this season. This outfit combines a pretty pairing of Russian peasant-style wool cropped pants with a rich, feminine, pearl-beaded silk tunic top. The mid-calf equestrian boots make it an elegant, yet casual, look — but you could easily trade them in for strappy metallic gold heels and a bold cuff bracelet for a night out.”
Maureen Smith
Eden Boutique
10 Main St., New Paltz



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