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How to wear (and not wear) the seven biggest fall trends from Toronto Fashion Week’s runways

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Now that Toronto Fashion Week is over, it’s time to look back at the runway presentations and evaluate all the finery. From dozens of shows and hundreds of dramatic looks, we identified seven extremely wearable trends—including fuzzy accents, moss tones and high necklines—that we’re confident will be wildly popular come fall. Of course, some interpretations were more successful than others (there’s a fine line, for instance, between a chicly fluffy vest and a muppet costume). Here, the best and worst looks of the season.

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