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FALL 2017

Ballantyne Magazine covers news, events, real estate, restaurants, shopping, health, schools and business in the upscale Ballantyne Area of Charlotte, NC.

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AMERICANA For this trend, think: patchwork, quilting, prairie dresses, Western wear and an overall USA-heritage vibe. Or, make a power play by incorporating several of fall's hottest trends into one. Mix two parts velvet and embroidery. Add a dash of plaid and winter florals. Throw in cool vintage design — and voila! Pattern mix and match at its finest. Donald Brooks 1970s Brocade and Fox Fur Coat, House of Landor, www. houseoflandor, $575 BELTED COATS AND FUR Take your pick but consider yourself warned: It might not be as easy as you think. This season, two "statement" coats vie for center stage. Expect to see your most stylish friends donning equal numbers of belted coats and vintage-style furs. Want to nab your own one-of-a-kind classic fur? Fifth-generation, family- owned Douglas Hertzberg Montaldo (DHM) Furs in Charlotte reaches back to an ancestor who was a tailor and furrier to the Czar of Russia. From 1946 to today, DHM Furs remains a full-service furrier, selling, buying, repairing, restyling and cleaning many of the finest furs in the Queen City. Vintage Fox Fur Leather Bomber, FROCK Shop,, $279 Akris Suede & Leather Double-Breasted Trench Coat, Neiman Marcus SouthPark,, $5,990 Valentino Chain & Pop Flower Maxi Skirt, Neiman Marcus SouthPark, www. neimanmarcus. com, $1,980 1970s Cotton, Velvet and Eyelet Patchwork Skirt with Lining, House of Landor, houseoflandor, $185 1970s Suede Patchwork Snap Up Skirt, House of Landor, www.instagram. com/houseoflandor, $175 Photo by Emily Lyons-Woods Photo by Emily Lyons-Woods Photo by Emily Lyons-Woods BALLANTYNE FALL 2017 54 Style Points

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