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5 Trends To Wear Before The Year Ends

Fill your closets with this year's trends before they disappear from the shelves of your favorite stores!
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Just because the year is about to end, doesn't mean that the 2014's trends have to fade as well. Not only are they all still stylish and trending, these particular pieces are actually so verstaile, that you can pair them with almost anything! Normcore was one of the big trends this year, making casual and simple clothes look ultra chic.Sliders, slip-ons, boyfriend jeans, and white trainers fall under this trend, while suits and jumpers are more of timeless pieces. We went ahead and looked for these pieces that we totally think you should still wear even if the year is already about to end. Just scroll down below to check them out!

  1. Sliders/slip-onsThese have become our go-to in footwear whenever we're too tired to think of something to wear for the day. This “ugly shoe trend” has been so huge lately that you can still find a pair in so many stores right now. 
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  2. Distressed boyfriend jeans. Say goodbye to your old pair of skinny jeans and hello to boyfriend jeans! Style meets comfort in this very casual pair of pants. Wear yours with a statement top to stand out. For a more causal look, try matching them with a crisp button-down and a pair of slip-ons.
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  3. White sneakers. Fashionistas all throughout the world can agree that this has been the it shoe for at least the latter half of 2014. From an all white ensemble, to a print on print attire, and even a blazer and trouser combo, you can always work around any type of outfit to make them match your white trainers!
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  4. Blazers. We've always envied men for their comfortable clothes, but not anymore! It’s nice to add a masculine touch to your outfits every once in a while. Whether it's a pair of tuxedo pants or a cool blazer, the masculine influence on women’s wear is undeniable.  With these pieces, you’ll definitely look very sharp!
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  5. JumpsuitHaving a party the next day but don't have anything to wear yet? It's best to go for a jumpsuit. Not only are they easy to find nowadays, they're also very comfortable. Remember, it's best to pair your jumpsuits with shoes that will elongate your legs.
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