Happy New York Fashion Week guys! I’m hope you’re recovering from your long holiday weekend and ready for a week packed of fashion and fun new trends. This week on the blog I’ll be recapping my favorite Fall/Winter trends from last fashion week. We see brands trading the athlesuire and normcore casual looks for power suits, tailored and structured pieces and lots of volume and color. The new “millennial pink” is now the “power red” and “hot pink”, and there are huge nods to 70’s plaid and western wear, and HELLO shoulder pads!
Later this week I’ll be sharing my favorite accessory, shoe and beauty trends, so stay put and shop my favorite trends for fall! xo
I’ve always been into suit dressing, and you can expect to see me stock up on a few new “banker” suits this season. They’re perfect for androgynous dressing, and you can also easily turn them from day to night. Opt for a fun checkered print or patterned this season – they’re going to be the hottest thing in streetstyle.
Move over Millennial Pink, because Power Red is here. We saw tons of red and burgundy hues on the runway this past season, so you’ll definitely want to add one of these killer red pieces to your wardrobe!
Furs are here to stay! Last year colorful furs were all the rage but now natural furs are in! Step out of your comfort zone with one of these dazzling (faux) fur pieces below!
I’m so excited to implement some of these pieces into my wardrobe this season! I’ve always had a hint of small town cowgirl in my wardrobe, and now I can fully embrace the western wear! Stars are a trending shape this season, so look for denim or jacket embroidery with them!
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What’s better than normal plaid? 70’s Inspired plaid! This trend was all over the runways and you can wear plaid with any piece in your wardrobe – from oversized vintage blazers to a sweet little dress.
Oversized blazers are officially back! I’ve been wearing oversized vintage blazers the past few years, but always felt a little dated with the shoulder pads, but now I’m here to rock the trend! You can easily use an oversized blazer as a jacket with jeans, a romantic slip dress for date night or a pencil skirt for the office.