Fashion

Michael Kors Sticks With What Works: Big Furs, Little Dresses

Michael Kors knows that classic American sportswear is what he does best. And that's what he delivered for Fall 2014, with plenty of cozy furs and not-so-cozy silk dresses to wear underneath them in shades of green, cream, camel, and black. Why fix what isn't broken? Here's a roundup of the standout looks.

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Michael Kors Fall 2014

A short-sleeved fur turtleneck, because chilly forearms are hot for fall.

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Michael Kors Fall 2014

That liquid silver slip dress screams femme fatale, especially when paired with a floor-length coat.

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Michael Kors Fall 2014

Silver pants were obviously what we needed to make gentleman dressing exciting once again.

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Michael Kors Fall 2014

This sheer shirt highlights the belly button, the sexiest of all body parts.

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Michael Kors Fall 2014

A giant fur coat is here to remind you that winter is coming. Wear this while you catch up on Game of Thrones.

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Michael Kors Fall 2014

When your loungewear is also your high fashion, you never have to change before you leave the house.

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Michael Kors Fall 2014

Ombre has moved from our hair to our lips to our sweater drawers.

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Michael Kors Fall 2014

A pretty grey dress gets the craft-time treatment with a slew of feathery flowers scattered about (but hopefully not attached with hot glue).

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Michael Kors Fall 2014

A defined waist is so 1956. Looking like a box? Now that’s the 21st century.

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Michael Kors Fall 2014

If you’re caught wearing a sleeveless dress in the fall, just drape a furry animal around your neck to keep warm.

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