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Wear It Now: Tied Trousers

September 23, 2015

High waisted pants with tied self fabric sashes are making their way down the catwalks for spring 2016. Many are cropped, and most are voluminously cut. The good news, is that this look is already appearing in your favorite high street stores right now. Not only can you adopt the trend early, you can also be sure that it isn’t a flash in the pan that will look dated next season.

Here is a roundup of a few of our favorite runway looks, and a couple that you can buy right this minute, ’cause we know you’re trendy like that:

Phillip Lim showed paper bag waisted trousers for Spring, worn with a bandeau top and sporty jacket.

Phillip Lim

Phillip Lim

It girl favorite Tibi worked the look into a white skirt.

Tibi

Tibi

Club Monaco is ahead of the game with these transitional cropped trousers that are in the store now.

Club Monaco

Club Monaco

Milly is on point, with fluid, wide leg trousers with a sashed waist treatment shown with another hot trend for spring, the shoulder baring top.

Milly

Milly

Head to toe cream from Opening Ceremony.

Opening Ceremony

Opening Ceremony

Pleated and cropped in olive from Creatures of Comfort

Creatures of Comfort

Creatures of Comfort

Zara never misses a trick and this time is no different. Start the fall season off with a charcoal grey cropped version available now.

Zara

Zara

Runway photos: Vogue Runway

Club Monaco and Zara photos from their websites.

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The Dress of My Dreams

September 10, 2014

Nothing makes me feel girly like a feminine dress. Not just any silhouette makes the cut. The dress I’m dreaming of has a wide sash that cinches the waist, a longer, fuller skirt that you can twirl in, and just a little touch of sexy at the top. Well if these early days of fashion week are any indication, this could be the season my dress dreams come true.

Lela Rose’s all white number has an off the shoulder sleeve and just a little peek-a-boo at the bodice for an element of surprise:e2a9add504bcfbcfd6572d71815ec12e

Tibi offers a one shoulder version in icy sea foam blue:

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Tracy Reese’s jade green variation has a plunging neckline:

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Newcomer Rosie Assoulin offers a longer silhouette in sunny yellow:

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Mary Kate and Ashley Olson’s sporty interpretation for The Row is worn with a chic cross body bag:

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Fringe Benefits

September 8, 2014

It’s only been a few days since New York Fashion Week began, but already some trends are starting to emerge.

Fringe showed up on many catwalks, ranging from long fringe, to “eyelash” treatments and frayed edges.

Creatures of Comfort layered fringed knits over crisp cotton shirts:3fc3c6d72d660d7086482d6af6d9d427

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Ulla Johnson also fringed her sweaters, worn atop easy wide legged pants:

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Tibi added placed fringe to their lean pencil skirt:

 

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Can’t wait to add this look to your wardrobe? No worries! Do as Rachel Comey and Ulla Johnson did, and fray the edges of your pants to get a jumpstart on the trend.

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DIY: Cut off the hem of your jeans or heavy weight cotton bottoms. For a more refined look, stitch along the edge about 3/8″ up from the bottom to prevent the fabric from unravelling further during wear. Toss them in the washing machine, and trim the edges to take off the super long pieces and you’re good to go!

 

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New York Fashion Week Wrap-Up

February 21, 2012

New York Fashion Weekhas come to a close, with more than 280 designers showing their collections for  Fall 2012-13  over the course of 9 days. While it was somewhat of a conservative season, there were overarching trends that emerged. Here are a few of the “must haves,” New York style:

  1. Burgundy was the #1 color shown by many designers. It is a deep warm red that plays well off of all the black and white shown. Also look for rich blues, and emerald green as runners up.
  2. Chunky Sweaters were abundant, whether mixed with something soft and ethereal, or back to clean leather bottoms.
  3. Leather sportswear cropped up virtually everywhere, in simple easy cut pants, lean pencil skirts and tops, dresses or jackets of all kinds. A great fitting leather bottom is a must have for the season.
  4. Military madness is sweeping the catwalks again, and the military inspired jacket or coat is a key piece.
  5. Menswear influences, through classic fabrics and new takes on haberdashery styling permeated the runways.  Mix it up, with new proportions and items.
  6. Metallic fabrics, whether in gold or jewel toned colors added an unexpected twist to the looks. Shine in general, through finishes and technical aspects to fabrics are still important.
  7. Fur is still gaining momentum with everything from shaggy outerwear, to handbags and even a raccoon tail as an accessory being prominent across designers.
  8. Black is the new black, and head to toe winter white was a showstopper.
  9. Flower power continues into fall, where the spring trend morphs onto leather, soft fabrics and jacquards.

10. Blanket stripes and patched fabrics add a cozy outdoorsy feel to fashion. 11. Below the knee looks, from skirts to an influx of cropped trousers gave a new proportion to the season.

12. Peplums made a comeback for spring, and are continuing to rule the runways in modern iterations of the vintage silhouette. Some of these items may be sitting in your closet, waiting for a renaissance. Try putting them together in new and exciting ways, and give your current wardrobe an instant upgrade!


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