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Proof that fall 2016's top trends came straight from Seinfeld

8 times Seinfeld wore fall 2016's biggest trends

"I don't wanna be a pirate." Author: Annika Lautens Source: nbc

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Proof that fall 2016's top trends came straight from Seinfeld

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This season’s fur coats are real and they’re spectacular. Before Fendi, Saint Laurent and Libertine showed fur on the fall runways, Kramer had us saying, “You are soooo good-looking.”

 
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This jacket is back and puffier than ever. Seen at Tory Burch, Balenciaga and Acne Studios, models were channeling their inner George Costanza à la season 5, The Dinner Party. “It's Gore-Tex!”

 
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All white is no longer reserved just for karate classes. Take your cues from Kramer, Hermés and Stella McCartney and embrace white as your fall colour staple.

 

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Sweet fancy Moses! The skirt suit is back. It made its comeback at Oscar de la Renta, Alexander Wang and Versace. We’ll never be able to un-see the skirt suit’s iconic moment when Elaine revealed her dancing to the world. “It’s more like a full body dry heave set to music.”

 

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One of fall’s biggest trends, George was first seen rocking the Varsity jacket in season 8 after Elaine called him a bad seed. “He's one of the worst seed I've ever seen." 

 

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Yea, that’s right, racer-inspired jackets took the front seat at Louis Vuitton, Chloé and Rag & Bone. Can you pull it off? Puddy says, “You have a question, you ask the eight ball.”

 

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"I would drape myself in velvet if it were socially acceptable." Finally it is, thanks to Ralph Lauren, Stella McCartney and Etro.

 

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Perhaps the most iconic Seinfeld fashion moment ever, the low-talker was onto something. Featured at Balmain, Giambattista Valli and Aganovich, their puffy shirts had us all wanting to be pirates.

 

 Happy 27th Anniversary Seinfeld!

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Proof that fall 2016's top trends came straight from Seinfeld