Fashion Week has officially ended and the gods of fashion have left us with all we need to know about what to wear this coming year. Yes, technically all the shows presented collections for spring/summer of 2018. However, many aspects of the looks are able to be used in this next fall/winter season. Here are some trends and styles that stood out to me this season:
60’s - My question is, why did the sixties ever go out of style? Anyways they're back and I couldn’t be happier.
The Schoolgirl - Collars, mini-skirts, and knee-highs should be dominating...
Fall is officially here!
The leaves are changing colors, pumpkin spice is in the air, and cool breezes are coming in, which means your wardrobe has to make a change. Helloooo sweater weather!
As you open up your box of fall/winter clothes you’ll probably come to the realization that you actually don’t have as many sweaters as you thought. We’ve all been there. So what do you do?
Good news, there are ways to get the most out of what’s already your wardrobe, and that’s through creating a transitional wardrobe.
What does that mean exactly?...
Pattern mixing is back and we're here to help you do it!
Pattern mixing is part art, part science. There is a right & a wrong way to implement this trend into your wardrobe, so here are some basic rules (with examples) to help you:
1. Choose one print to dominate and one as an accent.
2. Keep your patterns...
Spring is here and summer is just right around the corner, meaning that your wardrobe should be making some changes.
I'm talking about color. White, actually.
Now let me address the "no wearing white before Memorial Day" thing.
This "rule" was invented in the early 1900's by the wealthy who liked to wear all white during the hot summer days. Now there's nothing wrong with wearing white all summer. In fact, I'm all for it. However, there's more to it all. Because the wealthy started it, they wanted to make the all white look their thing,...
So let's talk about navy.
You know how black is the go-to neutral for fall/winter? Well that's what navy is for spring/summer.
It should be your go-to.
Let's face it, black is amazing. It's really hard to go wrong wearing just black. I'm so obsessed with it that I refuse to wear anything but black between October and March.
However, it's kind of harsh for the warm spring and summer days.
In color theory, black is not a color but a shade. This is great to wear in the...