From the leather effect, to sequins or the striking red, take note of all the trends learned from the catwalks and prepare your wardrobe for this new fashion season.
The definitive trend menu of the season is now ready, which began to be cooked with the international catwalks last February. The most important names in the industry brought out a whole series of fabrics, colors, patterns and specific garments that, although they were repeated incessantly in some and other names, were beginning to be crowned as indispensable of this season.
From the leather and leather effect that already swept last year, passing through endless festive elements such as sequins or metallic fabrics. After exhaustively analyzing all the proposals of fashion firms in New York, Paris, Milan and London, here is a guide to open your mouth and create the perfect wardrobe during this season of the year.
Leather and fur effect
The fabric that already swept last year returns even stronger this season. The shades are kept discreet, ranging from black to earth tones, through emerald green or garnet. How to wear it? In coats, pants or jackets and, of course, wearing everything at the same time in a total look.
The somewhat gothic romanticism is a must. Baroque-looking dresses, large bows, Victorian lace and brocades are completed with vamp-style makeup. How to apply it to the day to day? with romantic shirts and blouses with a bobo collar.
Down jackets have never been as cool as this year. Either in American format as proposed by Prada or Miu Miu or in recalling the school coats, as proposed by Ganni or Alexander McQueen.
Although they are always present on Christmas dates, this year sequins intend to sneak fully into casual outfits as well. The most festive sequin dresses coexist with wellies or combat boots in the parades, an inspiration to dare with the most extreme mix of styles this fall.
The flagship color of the season, seen incessantly among the brands’ bets. It mainly stars in dresses, tailored coats and leather or vinyl pants. A signature to be inspired to wear it? Valentino
Whether it’s the flapper style or the more boho seventies, the return of the fringes is more than confirmed. In addition to garments, fringes crown bags like Bottega Veneta’s.
Another of the star colors of the season. The darkest green of all fills the outfits with elegance while coexisting perfectly with blacks, browns and even navy blue.
Who said white wasn’t for winter? White loses some light and becomes more beige in winter outfits. Wear it in knitwear and complete with accessories in black leather.
Credits to Harper’s Bazaar