Fall is upon us and with the fashion weeks in full bloom we bring you the hottest, funkiest and sweetest trends from the runway this season. Get inspiration for your autumn/winter outfits.
BOW IT UP
This fall fashion trend is a personal favorite, it has been present on and off the runway this season.
It’s a beautiful touch of romance or elegance if you are looking for a hint of femininity in your outfit. We have seen the bow make an appearance on blouses, coats, on sleeves. Basically everywhere!
Giant or tiny, from Chanel to Balmain, the bow has made quite a strong presence on the runway.
This trend is particularly present in the Chanel collection, with black satin ribbons tied artfully at the neck or on the jacket. It reminds us of the classic Chanel looks.
SHOW SOME SHOULDER
The runways have been packed with all things girly, the off the shoulder look has been a hit on runways all around NYFW this season. From blouses to dresses, denim to silk this look has found it’s was on a lot of runways and now the NYFW is over, it’s quickly spreading to our street style ’must have’ list.
BREATHE FREELY! NOT
Waist-cinching be it by corset, belt or sash is ever present and in a large variety.
It seems as though NYFW has gone from no silhouettes to really pronounced and tiny waist lines.
Does this mean the comeback of the extra wide belt?
At least you can throw your corset over a loose shirt\dress\blouse for an ’instasilhouette’. We all have one tucked away for our naughty sexy purposes. It looks like a tip from NYFW is that underwear is outerwear (no that isn’t a word, but it fits).
If all else fails, you could always wear your bra on your shirt, although that is one runway trend i don’t see taking over our street style just yet.
A SOFT TOUCH
Diversity is the spice of life…probably. It was most definitely the spice of NYFW.
We love the different fabrics, a lot of denim, suede, silk, leather, jersey, velvet and so much more. Name it and there’s a strong chance you’ll find it on the runway.
Khaki by day, velvet at night. It seems as though most designers either used these fabrics all around or at the very least incorporated them in their designs, we love the looks and the feel.
Marchesa, Zuhair Murad, Alberta Ferretti, Alexander McQueen, Ellie Saab, Zuhair Murad, Roberto Cavalli.
From see-through dresses to sheer tops and skirts, already this cheeky look has made its way from the runways to the streets. Ask the queen of sheer Kim Kardashian who loves flaunting her curves in what she calls ’sheer vibes’