Dan PetNPat My favorite is definitely the handmade cable knit sweater. With the too long sleeves a very important part of the fall fashion, the exaggerated volumes simply do not end there. We see one such look at Chloe , Balenciaga, Alexander Wang, while another with an added asymmetrical skirt underneath and the appearance of double the turtlenecks at Damir Doma, with metal detailing. Nearly every designer went for the modest but sexy midi hems this year, generally stopping just over the knees but sometimes just under as well. These are great, Ammo!
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Back to home page Return to top. Back to home page. Image not available Photos not available for this variation. Get the item you ordered or get your money back. And it does not need to be a pantsuit either, appearing with a dress under the blazer at Trussardi. Some have the sexier plunging neckline effects, such as at Max Mara and Calvin Klein, while Tibi likes to keep it sportier in its professionalism, and things can never get boring with Sies Marjan fashions, particularly when we see the tall and slim looks it brings to the table.
Pinstripes are the cool new looks and the suits with the pinstripes look amazingly good, particularly when the pants are as wide legged as these ladies show them off. There are different lengths to the cropped pants, but generally they fall below the knees and above the ankles and are not always flared at the ends like the rather lovable culottes that we thought would be leaving the fashion scene a few seasons back.
On the contrary, those intriguing pants have stayed on and brought with them more cropped feels, but they are still the ones reigning supreme. We see some velour culottes at Lacoste and some lovely checked cutoffs reaching mid-calf at Michael Kors. Cropped pants in grey pinstripes look pretty awesome at Monse actually, complete with fur stoles that come with a fringed bit of detailing.
Remember the intriguing new trend of slips and pajamas worn as outerwear from the spring and summer seasons? Yes, we get to see a whole lot more of it, though a bit more refined at times, on the fall and winter runways as well, with some like those from Narciso Rodriguez appearing with asymmetrical skirts. DKNY comes in with some red lacing, thin strapping and long skirts, the neckline plunging so low and wide, we wonder if it will be showing off the chest underneath fully if we try to wear it without the translucent turtleneck underneath.
Pussy-bow necklines make probably the most sophisticated fashion trend for fall , appearing on tops and flowing dresses and making our hearts melt. They give kind of a schoolgirl and Victorian allure to the designs, while also bearing a high dose of modesty. We can hardly do without denim in any season, since it has managed to become the go-to fabric for building effortlessly chic looks without trying too hard.
We love sporting short denim shorts and rompers in summer, and our wardrobe features at least two pairs of jeans and a jean jacket for the chilly autumn days. Many a designer capitalized on the denim trend this fall, among them Miu Miu playing with youthful patchwork used on the denim jackets, Ralph Lauren adding glam motifs to cowgirl bell-bottom jeans and Blumarine betting on the minimalist denim culottes with raw hems.
We have seen coats in different materials, from colorful faux furs to leather and suede, but something we noticed quite a bit was the length of each of these pieces and how that appealed to us who live in colder climates. The Row, for example has some gorgeous brown leather coats. We also see military-style really long coats appear, such as the khaki at Topshop Unique , the red edged at Burberry , the wraparound styles with the furry edges as per Christopher Kane , and the truly English appeal of the Mulberry designs.
The best, we have to say, can be found on the Roberto Cavalli looks, where the coats are embellished with rich embroidery. Shiny looks are all the rage and we cannot get enough of them. There were sequins in , more in the spring of , and now as we head into fall they seem to be following us, this time in even brighter colors. The shine is impeccable and we are enjoying the mini dresses covered in it, showing off floral prints, the spaghetti strapped pieces appearing at Ashish with Gold Digger emblazoned across the chest this would make a great Halloween costume, complete with the wig , and the stud-covered Burberry looks that we can barely get enough of.
Black sequins brought in the night sky at Simone Rocha, adding a classical touch to the already classic cuts, but it was Topshop Unique that really accentuated the whole sequins with artistic panting looks with calf-length slip dresses, bodies elongated in the process.
The top trends of plunging necklines continue into , right into the fall and winter fashions and we think they might keep on popping up for a few seasons yet since it has not fully caught on with the public. However, when you have plunging necklines paired with shirts or high-necked tops underneath with long sleeves and body contouring materials, it makes it all the more appealing since there is less skin exposed to the elements.
In this case, Prabal Gurung is a great example with its dresses over Chinese collar shirts. Plunging necks with nothing underneath are seen at Roberto Cavalli, the blouses heavily accented with rich embroideries as well for additional style. The necklines on pinstripe suits look pretty awesome as well, particularly as seen at Max Mara, Trussardi and Calvin Klein, the latter really bringing down the plunge to the top of the abdomen.
Sometimes the pieces were kept together with metal rings and details, as per the lovely shimmering black dress found on the Dion Lee runway. As for showing a whole lot of chest, we noticed some gorgeous looks with a huge amount of sequins and some really fluffy coats right on the Preen runway.
The focus on the shoulders has really sparked a love for playing with the décolletage as well, but that falls under a category of its own. Lowering the top to show off a little shoulder or playing with single shoulder designs gives the looks a flirtier, more feminine edge, made to counteract the often-masculine accents to the outfits on the catwalks.
Double straps over a single shoulder appeared at David Koma as well, and that look really brought sexy back, especially since it only added to the outline of the décolletage.
Single-arm tops appear aplenty on so many different shows that it becomes rather impossible to keep track. During the spring and summer collection presentations, the top trend was the open shoulders indeed. Now, it appears that we have moved into the fall and still manage to find a good amount of fully bare shoulders, presenting define décolletage. At Opening Ceremony, we can certainly enjoy the look with outfits that include comfortable sweaters tucked into high-waist pants falling to the ankles and looking pretty stylish if you ask us.
Open shoulders are seen with strapless pieces as well, really bringing the focus up to the indentations and strength of the neck, Victoria Beckham playing up on the creations. David Koma loved to show off this part of the body as well, opening up the shoulders and sending over two thin strips on one side, tucking in the body hugging material for a more defined silhouette.
You can check out the collections of Tory Burch, Altuzarra, Maison Margiela , Balenciaga , Cedric Charlier, Carven and others to find some to-die-for shearling coats for winter. Remember the rather high slits seen a few seasons back that really made us drool from the sexiness of it all? They make one of the top fall fashion trends, looking just as alluring in the manner by which they appear before us.
Some slits can be seen on skirts worn under gorgeous coats at Calvin Klein, while the schoolgirl jumpers comes with some form of a slit on the below-the-knee midi hem at Jason Wu. If you want some extremely delectable velvety goodness in this style, adding in slits to the side and off-the-shoulder looks on one side, the goddess appearance can be found flouncing down the catwalk at Monse. Wet-effect patent leather and vinyl comes in both vibrant shades and more relaxed tones, like black, brown or pastel colors, appearing in the collections of Lacoste, Kenzo , Nina Ricci , Valentino , Iceberg, Lanvin and others.
One of the biggest fall fashion trends is the use of quilts on the clothing, namely on warm and cozy puffer jackets. It is an old-timer stitch that looks warm and definitely has a tendency to keep warm as well, in whatever it appears on.
The diamond stitching is back though not as strongly as we had hoped, and we can easily see the look appearing on Chanel coats and dresses, bombers at Haider Ackermann , and right throughout Sacai, Louis Vuitton , Balenciaga, and Stella McCartney enjoying nurturing a nearly dead fashion trend back to life.
It is interesting how there have been a lot of matching pieces seen of late, the spring season giving us the look in one form while the winter fashion trends bringing it in a little differently, the matching pieces suddenly becoming wholly different separates in a single ensemble. This includes the chained gorgeous grey Herve Leger creations. Matching looks continue at Mulberry with the military coats in a similar color and material as the center pressed ankle-crop trousers worn underneath, giving it a masculine but seamless effect.
We can certainly expect to see coats and dresses sold together now, for it will only make a fashionable look appear even more in style for the fall months.
There is a good amount of pants cropped higher than the ankles, but there are just as many, if not more, cropped right there, neither above nor below. Add in the high waists that add length to the legs and you have a design that is rather perfect for the fall but might lead to frozen ankles come the chillier days.
Opening Ceremony is only one of the many designers to take this particular combination to heart and present us with an array of choices to pick from. At Mulberry, there are a few trends that can be attached to the looks, from the ankle crops with high waists to the military garments that include matching coats and trousers.
While the looks were not quite on corsets most of the time, the laced up detailing was huge on the runway, appearing all over for purely decorative purposes. Often they gave off a dominatrix look, while sometimes they appeared on loose enough outfits not to infer the tightening of the waist, even subconsciously.
It spiced things up quite neatly, appearing on everything from leather Proenza Schouler jackets to tops featuring the design along shoulders and the naval, left loose enough to just appear as if it is holding the whole thing in place.
At Fenty Puma it took on a gothic edge, while DKNY featured red lacing over black coats and slip dresses worn over turtleneck tops. Tome, however, came in with the corseted looks worn over a few layers, including a shiny turtleneck under a silky red shirt. There is a mini trend happening for fall that includes slits in the dresses and tops, becoming the next big thing and perhaps meant to be focused upon more come spring We notice that a few designers have played with this concept here for fall , including Victoria Beckham who literally made a strapless dress out of wraparound tartan, the abdomen slashed into and left with some interesting slots placed there.
There is an emphasis on mummy slits at Proenza Schouler, the banded bandage top skimming the body beautifully and turning into a high-neck, long-sleeve tunic instead. Lots of slits and slots appear on the Michael Kors runway, especially with the knee-length dresses that come with the strip-panel edges that really have the hems fluttering with every step. Dresses, coats, tops, skirts and everything on the runways somehow look better when it looks like a tartan has been wrapped around the body, such as that strapless piece by Victoria Beckham with the slots across the chest and the asymmetrical skirts due to the wraparound nature.
Wraparound coats are seen at Burberry in droves, looking pretty awesome in their military might, while the fur trimmed Christopher Kane versions match with the furry shoes, keeping warm against the cold season chill. Wraparound asymmetrical hemmed leather skirts also appear at Mulberry and they make pleats look truly great. It can come in a simpler, longer look as per Topshop Unique, with red edges as per Burberry, furry accents as seen on Christopher Kane, matching with the pants worn underneath such as that seen at Mulberry.
When it comes to military fashion, there is also the navy to consider, and that means those nautical overcoats certainly come in handy, the calf- and ankle-length pieces definitely something you might want to invest in for the colder seasons. Which one do you like best? Check out some good-looking pictures here and find a favorite one.
Generally speaking, the over-sided slouchy knit sweater will create a comfortable and understated look. The most classic one would be a grey knit sweater. We can pair it with jeans or skirt. In both cases, it will show off your graceful and delicate figure in an appropriate way.
This season, tribal Aztec print and irregular geometric pattern is becoming more and more welcomed. They could make a totally creative and fresh look for non-conformists.
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