The upcoming season comes with a multitude of exciting and sometimes very different perspectives. From the ultra girly and conspicuous to the versatile and fairly reserved styles, the labels are aiming to please everyone. German label Set takes a break from ultra feminine ensembles in order to show us the almost endless possibilities versatile pieces and a touch of edginess can provide. Boyish vibes can prove extremely useful for channeling the cool factor and the new collection is filled with such interesting style suggestions.

70s vibes are especially notable in the fall/winter 2012 alternatives presented. A multitude of trendy touches can be spotted. The edgy yet glam perspective is beautifully highlighted with skillfully combined pieces be it skirts, pants or jackets. If you’ve invested in a gorgeous colored jeans style for the summer, you’re lucky as you can create fabulous on trend outfits with them as a starting base. A simple tee and a fitted blazer can be all the pieces you need to look polished during rainy days.

If there’s one trend that has been gaining massive exposure for fall, it is without a doubt the animal print trend which proves endlessly versatile and extremely interesting. With the hefty dose of such motifs, an animal print item is a good candidate for the fall 2012 must have list. For abstract touches, colored stripes might be a better alternative. If you’re feeling the trend, you might also consider adding a few faux fur touches, another heavily promoted style element for the cold seasons.

Provided you invested in flattering and uber versatile pieces and payed attention to creating the desired proportions, you won’t need a lot of accessories to make the look modern and eye-catching. With all the different textures and perspectives merging into the outfit you can definitely get away with wearing simple and timeless accessories in neutral tones and still look spectacular every time. A few jewelry pieces, however, can serve you well even if you’re tackling the effortless chic look.

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