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The Biggest Fall Silhouettes to Shop Now

By the time September rolls around, I am more than ready to trade in my dresses, skirts, and tanks for clothes that cover 93% of the skin on my body, and return to the pasty, freckled ghost that is my truest form. This season, that's going to be easier than ever, because it's all about loose, bold silhouettes that promise to swallow you up (in a good way). Here's a story about where to shop those looks by our new associate market editor, Tanisha Pina! 

Also, iron masks: do they work even a little bit? Let's find out! 

Fall’s Biggest Silhouettes to Shop Now
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Story by Tanisha Pina

One of the most anticipated parts of fall — second only to parting ways with the central air bill — is wearing clothes you can actually breath in again. This season introduces and revisits silhouettes that are longer, wider, and more fluid, while still reading refined. And since each of fall’s trends come in endless colors, textures, and patterns, finding the shape is the easy part.

Whether you're shopping for a solitary standout piece or a team player with a subtle edge, these five silhouettes get the job done.

Size-Up Sleeves
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Some time not too long ago, we stopped questioning seemingly unrealistic runway trends and decided to take to them to the streets. Extra-long sleeves were no exception. Though their varying lengths lead to varying functionality, they’re low effort elevating a look.

Where to Shop: Theory, Veda, Finders Keepers the Label

Midi Skirts
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The on-again, off-again midi skirt trend is a registered closet staple this season. From Tommy Hilfiger to Tibi to Karen Walker, designers agreed by large to meet in the middle. The main appeal? The elongated waist paired with the generous length make this flattering silhouette one of the easiest to pull off, with endless styling possibilities. Also, consider this: no pressure to shave above your calf.

Where to Shop: Vince, A.P.C., Rag & Bone

Free-Form Frock
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When you’re feeling particularly romantic, dramatic, or a healthy balance of the two, these floor sweeping dresses are just super easy. Think less Coachella, though, and more Renaissance revival.

Where to Shop: M.I.H., Ganni, A.L.C.

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Cropped Wide-Leg
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Cropped wide-leg pants are still in heavy rotation; this season, the wide-leg finds its happy place just above the ankle, often with a flared bottom. From jeans to trousers to jumpsuits, this relaxed-by-sophisticated silhouette adds a thoughtful detail to just about any outfit.

Where to Shop: Caron Callahan, Marimekko, Zara

The Cinched Trench
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We all know the saying; you wouldn’t know what you wanted even if it was right in front of you. This couldn’t be anymore true when it comes to fall coats. The trench coat — an outerwear veteran — gets new life this season via a belt that creates an elegant shape with a cinched waist.

Where to Shop: Genuine People, Trademark, J.Crew

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The Woman in the Iron Mask
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Even before Dr. Brandt Skincare launched the Magnetight Age-Defier mask ($75, provided to Racked by the brand for this review) in August and before Memebox stocked Korea’s Milky Dress Black Luster Mask ($52), magnetic masks were sold in the US. They were primarily offered for hundreds of dollars by MLMs (multi-level marketing companies), the sorts of skincare brands one finds in Vegas (namely the type that also lack a working website), or as part of spa facials. Now with a more upscale pedigree and lower stated retail price, magnetic masks are reaching mainstream customers, who see the masks in YouTube, Instagram, and Snapchat videos and want to experience the magic in person.

The selling point of the masks is, of course, that they’re magnetized. The masks derive their deep gray color and source of magnetic attraction from iron particles, listed first in the ingredients. Despite the presence of tiny bits of iron, the masks overall have a consistency much like a regular mud mask, with the Dr. Brandt mask being slightly creamier. The mask is supposed to be applied with the included spatula and then removed using a magnet, also provided in both mask kits. Using the Dr. Brandt spatula to apply the mask very carefully took me about 4 ½ minutes; save time by just removing a dollop of mask with the spatula and then applying it with your fingers (although this will require some extra cleanup).

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