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Top 50 Fashion Trends in November

#50 Model-Made Sportswear
#49 Organic Hemp Underwear
#48 Functional Photography Outerwear
#47 90s-Inspired Winterwear
#46 Functional Leather Ruler Bracelets
#45 Seasonal Baby Clothing Subscriptions
#44 Canine Puffer Jackets
#43 Inclusive Child Clothing Lines
#42 Total Reflection Adventure Jackets
#41 Transitional Tank Lingerie
#40 Premium Canine Scarves
#39 Cartoon Cuisine Graphic Tees
#38 Colorful Rattan Bow Ties
#37 Suggestive Toy-Themed Costumes
#36 Dreamy Relaunched Bridal Lines
#35 Mobility-Improving Clothing Concepts
#34 Flexible Athletic Denim
#33 Nostalgic Gamer Clothing Collections
#32 Rapper Bodega Pop-Ups
#31 Climate-Accommodating Apparel
#30 Online AI Shopping Tools
#29 Liquid-Look Prom Dresses
#28 Custom Athleisure Formalwear
#27 Collaborative Cartoon Cat Clothing
#26 AI Clothing Model Generators
#25 Co-Branded Neon Streetwear
#24 Mature Cosmetic Ambassadors
#23 Beer-Branded Leisurewear
#22 Fashionable Performance Headwear
#21 Floatation Device Wetsuits
#20 Premium Parka Brand Sweaters
#19 Commemorative Clothing Collections
#18 Algorithmically Fitted T-Shirts
#17 Wardrobe Recommendation Sites
#16 Reworked Sneaker Collaborations
#15 Protective Insulating Apparel
#14 Heated Smartphone-Connected Jackets
#13 Fashionable Gamer Clothing
#12 Pet Pouch Sweatshirts
#11 Nomad Traveler Jackets
#10 Celebrity Consignment Initiatives
#9 Versatile Pastel Fashion
#8 Algorithmically Sized T-Shirts
#7 Bathroom Tissue Runway Shows
#6 Stretchable Antimicrobial Clothing
#5 Back-Massaging Jackets
#4 Stylish STEM Clothing
#3 Cartoon-Inspired Clothing Lines
#2 Credit Card-Branded Pop-Ups
#1 Stylish Heart-Monitoring Dresses
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From Liquid-Look Prom Dresses to Puffer Jackets for Dogs

These November 2017 fashion trends incorporate everything from collaboratively made streetwear and musician-designed apparel, to function-focused athletic gear and eco-friendly initiatives.

One especially notable example comes from the Target brand Cat and Jack, which created a line of clothing that's specifically designed for toddlers and children with disabilities. Consisting of 40 pieces, the collection features versatile styles that are made to be as comfortable as possible, as well as easy for children and parents to get on.

Also featured is the 2017 White Cashmere runway show, which took place at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. The event featured 16 gowns from different designers from across Canada, and raised funds and awareness for breast cancer research. A total of 275 guests were present to see the runway show, and to learn more about the survivors of the disease and what's being done to prevent it.
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