5 Trends Straight from the Runway

October 29th, 20179:00 am @

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Advancey Drop Cap 1s you have probably seen all over social media, the newest cycle of fall/winter clothing has been unveiled these past few weeks in New York, London, Milan, and Paris. For all fashion lovers, this begins our favorite season to layer it up by using various colors and textures. Trying out different trends is the perfect way to celebrate our individuality; however, the question of what to purchase may seem intimidating among all of these new fall styles–but we’re here to help! Check out these five trends and you will definitely find one that fits you.

1. All Scarlet Everything

Red has never failed our expectations, especially when looking for an item that can make an entire outfit stand out. But this season, red–especially vibrant scarlet–plays a major role in the field of fashion, starting from Taylor Swift’s red dress in the music video of “Look What You Made Me Do”…

Dress from Balmain

…to Balenciaga’s red sweaters that have been frequently seen on the streets.

Right, model Hailey Baldwin

On the runway, Max Mara’s 2017 AW demonstrates the essence of girl power through a head-to-toe red look.

Max Mara 2017 AW

2. Statement Fur

The wide variety of fluffy items has appeared at full force, and it can be seen as a continuity from last year’s trend of furry details on shoes.

From Zara to Dior, from Acne Studios to Victoria Beckham’s Pre-Fall collection, and from Alexander McQueen to Simonetta Ravizza, fashion designers unexpectedly, yet collectively include wild fur on their must-have list for this season.

From left to right: Michael Kors Collection, Dries Van Noten, and Louis Vuitton

3. Sharp Suits & The Prince of Wales Check

Suits are undoubtedly an all-time favorite, but a key element of this year’s suiting style is sharp, structured silhouettes, a design that emphasizes the demonstration of power.

From left to right: Stella McCartney, Balenciaga, and Calvin Klein Collection

The new trend of grey suits is rather intriguing as more and more designers insert new details into the typically boring office wear, such as unexpected tailoring for women who want to bring a sense of vitality to their workplace.

The Prince of Wales check was surprisingly brought back to life this fall. Different from the classic houndstooth, pinstripe, and gingham, the Prince of Wales check pattern is equipped with a refined look and a royal backstory.

4. Victorian High Neck

In the Victorian age, women’s attire tended to be much more conservative than it is today. With an unquenchable desire for fashion, ladies started wearing high-necked blouses, elegant yet compliant with tradition.

The trend of the Victorian high neck is again revived this year, a style that has been included in several high end fashion shows.

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John Galliano 2017 AW

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Giambattista Valli 2017 Fall

Below are some more wearable selections included in Zara’s collection this season.

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5. Turquoise for Fall

Turquoise is a bold, yet elegant color to wear. Lucite green and turquoise tones are timeless hues, as demonstrated by the classic Tiffany blue that has kept its popularity for over one hundred years. Including this color in your wardrobe will certainly electrify your look, especially during the fall.

From left to right: Valentino, Nina Ricci, and Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini

Images courtesy of Vogue, Zara, Pinterest, Grey Fox