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Here's Our Favorite Style IGs Of The Week: V​ol. 12

Let's finish the year the best way we know how: FLY!

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The holiday season is here and we can't help but be thankful for all the things. On the heels of the CFDA Awards and Hanifa's groundbreaking runway show, the excitement about getting dressed is at an all-time high. Now's the time to lean into those fall basics while also pulling out all the stops by rocking your statement pieces.


Choosing what to wear doesn't have to be difficult. Just wear what makes you feel beautiful. And when you need some inspiration, know that xoNecole has you covered. Knitwear, leather, animal print, colors, and more gave us the style boost we didn't know we needed.

Keep scrolling for this week's best style IGs that won't miss and just might give you something to duplicate this weekend!

To get your fashion fix and to stay up to date with the latest trends, check out the xoNecole Style section here.

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