5 Ways to Go Baroque This Fall

Fall's baroque trend may feel inaccessibly luxe, but the look is a perfect way to add a dash of regal appeal to your everyday wardrobe.

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Fall's baroque trend may feel inaccessibly luxe, but the look is a perfect way to add a dash of regal appeal your everyday wardrobe. We started with Topshop's matching brocade trousers and blouse ($140 to $160 at Topshop) and layered it with a tuxedo jacket from Alexander Wang ($272.50 at LaGarconne). Shiny patent pumps from Zara are classically chic ($90 at Zara), while a glitzy gemstone necklace by Rosantica ($705 at Net-a-Porter) picks up the navy blue hue of the ensemble.
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We contrasted Marni's dressy floral gold skirt $480 at Net-a-Porter) with a casual pink sweatshirt from J.Crew ($248 at J.Crew). Topshop's studded low-heel pumps pick up the shimmery gold texture ($104 at Topshop), and a funky turquoise bauble from Giles & Brother ($260 at Shopbop) adds just enough bling.
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If it's all-out glam you're looking for, we suggest starting with Stella McCartney's elegant blue brocade trousers ($980 at MyTheresa) and an emerald green woven tee by Kenzo ($420 at Net-a-Porter). To amp up the sparkle, we added Shorouk's jewel-festooned clutch ($850 at Shourouk) and glittery silver kitten heels from Topshop ($130 at Topshop).
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For a more literal take on the baroque trend, try Dolce & Gabbana's Renaissance-inspired blouse ($1,095 at Net-a-Porter), which we toned down with a poufy burgundy Topshop skirt ($68 at Topshop). Valentino's black strappy Mary Janes are comfy yet sophisticated ($745 at Neiman Marcus), and a bold cuff from Forever 21 ($10.80 at Forever 21) makes a shimmery statement.
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We toned down J.Crew's brocade silk foulard trousers ($350 at J.Crew) with a town-tone Row sweater ($1,140 at the Row). Pink suede pumps from Diane Von Furstenberg ($278 at Shopbop) pick up the pink of the trousers, while a funky lucite necklace from Lulu Frost ($528 at Shopbop) adds an artsy appeal.
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