I am obsessing over long, oversized blazers for Spring and Summer. When the sun goes down and the nights are a bit cooler, these are the perfect go to. When I saw this image of Chrissy Teigen rocking a white blazer with cutoff denim shorts, I realized how versatile this wardrobe classic truly is.
Pantone recently announced Greenery as this year’s color. With that in mind, I thought the way Gigi Hadid styled this olive green Zimmerman Coat is perfect for a pre-spring look (you know that awkward time where it isn’t cold, but not warm enough to go sleeveless). I also adored the crop jeans and the mules Gigi is wearing, both trends have been popping up the last year. Each piece is perfect to have in your Spring closet to mix and match through the season, however, the cost isn’t so friendly. So I went on the hunt and found Gigi Hadid’s Look for Less.
I was recently approached to test out the latest Pixel XL by Google in the color Really Blue. When I was growing up and asked what color I wanted to paint my room, I chose an exterior blue. The type of paint you typically cover the outside of the house, but I wanted it for my bedroom. My mom was skeptical, but it turned out beautiful. I also picked out matching blue cloud sheets for my bed. Long story short, I loved the color blue.
Just when I thought this trend was on the way out, here it comes back in full force. It is now being labeled the trademark print for the powerful Girl Boss. Which makes sense since it is such a bold print and it is hard to go unnoticed wearing it.
Fishnet stockings have a remarkable history in fashion, and they are being reinvented once more as the must have accessory under ripped jeans. The idea of this trend is to have the classic fishnet stocking pop out from unexpected places. Like bare ankles, rips in jeans, and possibly under athletic wear?
Have you been seeing a lot of stars lately? You are not alone, it has easily become the most popular print in fashion right now. From Stella McCartney’s infamous platform slip-ons, to leading lady Emma Stone’s Golden Globe Dress.
Velvet has been a big trend this year and isn’t losing momentum. While some are afraid to wear the fabric in efforts to not look like a 90s costume, there are simple and easy ways to incorporate the trend that looks modern and effortless. Here are seven tips to style velvet for Fall.
It’s a new season, which means time to change up the wardrobe. To help, I’ve listed what’s trending this fall season, from clothes to accessories. Some trends, such as the off the shoulder tops, chokers, and ruffles have transferred over from Summer to Fall. While others, such as embellishments and blocked heels are newer style ideas that are gracing fall fashion.
Fall Fashion Trends
No one needs to wear every single trend that is popular, but it is fun to know what’s hot. It also opens doors to new ways to style old clothes. It is amazing how simple accessories can change the look. Here is a short list of what’s popular this season, and what you’ll be seeing a lot of through winter.
Menswear inspired looks
Off the shoulder
It may seem like a lot but let’s break it down into easy pieces!
We already discussed bell sleeves here, but what about the rest of what’s trending? There are some pretty sweet pairings happening with these trends, like ruffles and off the shoulder tops like this. Or Velvet chokers! There are some unexpected pairings that work perfectly such as menswear inspired looks and embellishments. Coach did a great job demonstrating this trend combo in their SS ’17 line. I personally love seeing block heels and metallics being matched. But see for yourself below:
What trend pairing do you like or would wear? Let me know in the comments below. In the meantime here are a few other fall trends I am loving:
Hope you are having a great week! I have been earnestly preparing for New York Fashion Week! We are currently less than two weeks away. Ekkk!! The excitement is having me work around the clock prepping looks, RSVP’ing to PR groups, writing up posts ahead of time so you have plenty to read! I am planning on attending as well as live tweeting during shows, so feel free to follow along on TWITTER for those initial thoughts. As for my current condition, I think I am living off of pure adrenaline.