21 Pieces From The Runways You Just Might Find At Your Local Zara

Wedge sneakers are absolutely everywhere, but what will be next to go from the runway to every single shopping center? This stuff, probably.

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So all kinds of knockoffs have appeared in stores over the last six months.

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They come in different fabrics and colors, but the general design remains the same. The knockoffs cost a fraction of the $600 to $1,000 you pay for the real ones.

But what will be knocked off from the fall 2013 runways?

The latest season of shows just ended in New York, London, Milan, and Paris and a number of pieces seemed destined for your nearest Zara or Shoe Mania. Let's take a closer look.

1. Leg warmers.

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Apparently leg-warmers are back in style, because how ELSE are you supposed to wear sandals in the fall? These are easy to manufacture and trendy enough that people will want cheap, "wear for a season, throw away" versions.

These are from 3.1 Phillip Lim.

2. White sneakers.

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Who wouldn't want to walk around in extremely comfortable shoes for once? Especially with dresses? Isn't that part of why the Isabel Marant shoes were knocked off? We're slowing eliminating the stiletto.

Pictured here in the A.P.C. collection.

5. The high-heeled "shoe bootie."

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Also referred to as the odious term "shootie," these are a melding of boots and regular shoes. Are they practical? No. Are they trendy enough to be covetable and knockoff-able? Definitely.

Pictured here in the Jason Wu collection.

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Given the height of the leather shaft on these Salvatore Ferragamo shoes, they might be more aptly described as "shoe boots." (Or "shoots"? God forbid.)

6. This Stella McCartney half polo/half lace dress.

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This fits into the grunge look that's becoming popular again without having the kind of '90s flavor that turns off a lot of fashion editors. Anyway, the idea of a polo dress with a pretty lace skirt could be translated into 50 different styles for stores like Topshop.

7. These Stella McCartney boots.

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Everyone is going to want these because not only are they high-fashion, but they're resistent to ALL inclement weather conditions.

9. Or these Dolce & Gabbana earrings (or tiara).

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I would love tiaras to catch on. Bachelorette parties would become so much less embarrassing.

13. This Celine necklace and bracelet.

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It's the new choker, except not as tight and much more chic. Plus, it's just a matter of time before their jewelry becomes as popular as their bags.

17. This Marni backpack.

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Again, fashion made easy. Who doesn't want to carry their purse weight evenly distributed over both shoulders? Plus, this one could have some awesome faux-fur details.