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It’s starting to feel like Fall in NYC. People are turning over their closets, putting away the sandals, and taking out their boots. You know what that means… it’s finally time to start rocking the trends of the Fall runways! A major trend seen on the catwalks, that won’t have us choosing between staying warm or looking good this winter, is something you already have in your closet (or packed under your bed), your favorite and mine, a cozy sweater!