We've already spoken about fashion trends that are going to be popular this Fall-Winter season, so let's continue our trip into second part of the trends that you need to know about.
The first fashion trend is called - beanies. This trend looks cute and wearable as well. As this item looks sporty, then you do not have to limit yourself with athletic style outfits. I love the way these beanies are worn in BCBG Max Azria fall-winter fashion runway show, where models appeared on the catwalk wearing classy and feminine dresses with matching heels, or classy pencil skirts, pant suits with those cool beanies. It means, you can wear those beanies with any outfit this fall season.
Tuxedos look so beautiful in the latest Fall-Winter shows, as this trend features many collections from different brands and designers, like Narciso Rodriguez, Victoria Beckham. When you want to look dressy and chic for formal event, then this outfit for sure will safe your life, yet it's up to you, whether you wear pants or skirts.
Next fashion trend is called vintage-inspired. The vintage style means the outfits from the 1920's up to 1960's year styles. Sometimes it's hard to get the whole look as retro or vintage inspired, yet you can always look into Miu Miu, Dolce & Gabbana, Oscar de la Renta or Michael Kors shows to get the right amount of inspiration. I advice to start with mid-calf length skirts.
Quilted outfits look sharp and sporty. The quilted elements were spotted in many Fall-Winter runway shows, like DKNY, Michael Kors, Theyskens Theory and Rag & Bone. If you are a bit afraid of those quilts, yet you want to try some on yourself, then why don't you try quilted jackets.
The last trend I wanted to mention is a color blocking items. Here below you will find some examples of color blocking outfits from the labels like Gucci, Narciso Rodriguez, Victoria Beckham and 3.1 Phillip Lim. I advice you to try mixing those color blocking outfits, using your creativity. This year colors are deeper and muted, like mustard, orange, purple, khaki and red.
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