Suit Up for Fall

Whether or not you work in a business setting, fall is the season to try out a slick new suit.

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Whether or not you work in a business setting, fall is the season to try out a slick new suit, like this shimmery steel blue number from Prabal Gurung which features a swirling water print.
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In addition to wild prints, solid-color suiting—like this bright yellow double-breasted number from Costume National—was also trending this season. Here, the look is toned down with a plain black tee.
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Likewise, Jenni Kayne showed a rust-colored suit with a matching silk blouse and her signature patent d'Orsay flats.
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For an exotic take on the trend, Rag & Bone layered a floral-print trouser and matching zip-front jacket beneath a gray wool overcoat.
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Ralph Lauren's luxe velvet suits were designed to evoke Downton Abbey aristocrats. This particular wide-leg version was executed in a striking shade of scarlet.
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Known for her outlandish prints, it comes as no surprise that one of the best printed suits of the season was from Mary Katrantzou, who paired a flared typewriter-print trouser with a matching cape coat.
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At Prada, the trend took a groovy turn with swirling geometric prints in bold hues like orange, purple and pink.
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Roberto Cavalli gave the matched-suit trend a bohemian-chic spin by cutting this suit jacket and matching flared trouser in a wild, tie-dyed material.
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Rochas' buttoned-up blue printed jacket and matching cropped trouser had a dorky-chic look paired with flat oxfords and swept-back hair.
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Miu Miu's stripey suits with short lapels, elongated silhouettes and slightly high-waisted trousers wouldn't have been out of place on the Beatles' yellow submarine.
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