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November 05, 2010  | by: Sonia Downey

One of the biggest fashion hits for the fall season were bright, eye-catching pieces that were bold enough on their own to make a statement.

Style.com recently released their list of top trends for this season with proof from photographer Tommy Ton, who snapped photos of stylish fashion insiders and models that captured the essence of fall trends from the catwalk.  Through Ton’s images we can see that off-the shoulder tops, bold colors (especially bright red), mixing and (not) matching prints such as camouflage and leopard, eccentric headgear, and pairing socks with sandals were a major hit for the fall season.  All these trends can be incorporated in a subtle or bold way, as we can see on the models, fashion editors, and celebrities in their wardrobes.

Electric blue was one of the major hues of the season.

Model Jana Knauerova, captured by photographer Bonae L'amour, incorporated the bright red that was the biggest shade of the fall.

Tommy Ton captured this unique hat that made an appearance during the Spring 2011 shows.

There were also not so bold hats such as the fedora that made appearances during fashion week.

Off-the-shoulder pieces draws attention and is sexy in a less obvious way.

While sandals with socks is often frowned upon, the pairing made quite a postive impact during this season.

Model Lindsey Wixon pairs a printed scarf with a crochet dress which creates a nice balance of different textures and patterns.

Model Abbey Lee Kershaw may just be the queen of clashing patterns and effortlessly pulling it off.

images courtesy of style.com, style.it, vogue.it. and blog.bonaelamour.com

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