Toi & Moi brings a myriad of trendy ensembles worth copying in the fall/winter 2012 lookbook. Refresh your wardrobe with some of these fun pieces!

The fall/winter months are often marked by dark neutrals and simple combos, so it feels immensely refreshing when we get to see something that strays away from the norm and manages to look at things from a new perspective. Such is the power of the Toi & Moi fall/winter 2012 lookbook which is filled with color, movement and above all, tons of fabulous outfits and statement pieces that won't ever make you feel plain or make you feel bored with your wardrobe.

Casual wear is the perfect area to experiment with vibrant tones, busy and complex patterns, unexpected proportions or an endless array of funky accessories to ensure you'll turn heads every single time. Fabulous cozy knits, tweed jackets, wrap dresses, animal prints, stars, stripes, baroque influences, faux fur, asymmetric pieces... virtually nothing is off limits in the brand's newest lookbook. Bold combos and a melange of different textures are all highly recommended if you're looking to make a fab statement this season.

Dressing denim up and down is fabulously done throughout the lookbook through a multitude of simple yet ultra fashionable ways. From casual denim to more elegant ensembles, the label focuses on delivering several points of interest that attract attention rather than a single point of interest. But if you're looking for more formal options to rock the holidays in style, the label doesn't disappoint in that department either offering plenty fashionable ideas.

If you're more inclined towards classic styles, black, white or a combination of these will definitely capture your attention. If you want to be more adventurous with your choices, you can opt for fabulous printed dresses or even a bit of color blocking. Accessorize generously with colorful bangles, statement earrings, gorgeously printed scarfs, beautiul handbags, belts or spectacular hats for a fun touch that will ensure you won't ever blend with the crowd.

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