Enhance Fall Outfits With Cool Accessories

Fall fashion is already all over the pages of fashion magazines.

From Vogue to Elle to Glamour, the layouts are chock full of what's "in" for the upcoming season.

And, while some people go for designer outfits, a lot of people think it's the accessories that make the look.

Suze Yalof Schwartz, executive fashion editor of Glamour Magazine, visited The Early Show Tuesday with some trendy accessories for every price range:

Trend: Fringe and Feathers

For accessories such as bags, shoes and boots, there's nothing like fringe and feathers. They add fun and flirtation to every item you carry and wear. And this season, you can find this trend on almost every runway, adorning models from head-to-toe. Bohemian details arose from New York, traveled to Milan and Paris and were everywhere you looked on the runways for this season. Think: rich-hippie.

Nine West Travel Boot in Avocado
Lace up front, high shin line, nice light avocado color for fall, and fringe around the shin line. A perfect way to show off your fringe and be comfortable too, as there is almost no heel here.
Price: about $130

Nine West Dakota Tote
Nice soft suede, variety of color, a nice bit of fringe without overdoing it, and these come in a variety of colors, including avocado in case you wanted them to go with the above boots.
Price: about $100-$150

Limited Clutch
This is a nice, conservative way to show off your feather trend. It's a brown clutch with tarnished metal handle with some feathers on either side. It's a great way to dress up and add some flirtation to your business wear without going too crazy
Price: about $50.00

Trend: Belts

Give it a waist! Last season was the season of big dresses; now we can make them look new again by giving them a waist. The "it" belt is now replacing the "it" bag.

Express Belts
It's tough to tell these belts from their high end designer counterparts. They are wide, cover your waist and come in a variety of colors and fabrics.
Price: about $35-$40

Trend: Bejeweled Everything

In light of the recession, everyone wants a piece of luxury, and there's no better way than to be encrusted in stones. Clothing and accessories have never been more expensive, but now, you can look expensive without the expensive price tag.

Santi Clutches
These are expensive looking bags without an insane price tag. Dress them up with your favorite black dress for cocktail parties or dress up your jeans and sweater, these bags go with everything. And they come in almost every shape and color.
Price: about $90-$125

Sigerson Morrison for Target Shoes
Target does a great job of copying designer trends for less, and they have done it again here. A nice metallic material with some round crystals on the toes, and all for less than $50 in a variety of styles and colors.
Price: about $25-$40

Trend: Statement Pieces
To add some glamour, there's no better way to decorate your LBD (little black dress) than throwing on a massive necklace. Wear it to work or out at night. No matter what you choose, this is an easy trend to upgrade a basic wardrobe, especially in the fashion industry.

Ben Amun Charm Necklaces
Now, these are a bit on the pricey side, but for the fashionistas this fall, these necklaces are all the rage. Charms galore, big or small, these will dress up any outfit.
Price: Large charm $525
Small Charm $330

Express Charm Necklaces
These are still full of charm, but are a whole lot cheaper.
Price: about $35-$40

Trend: Peep Toe Shoe Bootie
The shoe bootie is something we saw a lot of last season. It's the idea of mixing feminine, body-conscious clothing with a tough shoe. It's different this season, because the bootie now has a peep-toe. And yes, you can wear hosiery with them, as long as it's not nude.

Nine West Oh My Gosh Shoe Bootie
Trends for less, that's Nine West's style. Here you have some high heeled open toe booties with a lace up front that are cute and won't break your bank.
Price: about $100

Aldo Frimasa Shoe Booties
Sleek Patent leather and a cutting edge but conservative design mark these particular heel booties.
Price: about $110

Trend: Fedoras
When they first premiered on the Carolina Herrera runway, we applauded. From Carolina to Michael Kors, a hat not only pulls together your look, but also is the new wardrobe staple we're all enthusiastic about.

Capelli NY for Target
Sleek design, variety of colors and a cutting edge designer look for less.
Price: about $13

To visit Schwartz's blog, click here.