10 Looks from NYFW to Go Crazy Over
We’re a week post NYFW and it’s still crazy to think that it’s over. So many gorgeous trends, fabulous people, and of course the fabulous people rocking gorgeous trends. Take a look at some of my favorite looks on and off the runway.
ON THE RUNWAY
DVF is known for her signature wrap dresses, but this season in addition to that staple piece she added color blocking. This trend is fun for any girl, any profession, any time of the day. I totally love it!
Chartreuse is a hard color to style. But add a lot of cleavage, a sheer panel, and pouty lips – totally loving!
Alice + Olivia featured lots of playful furs paired with amazing fabrics. Just enough fur for the non-fur lover in me.
Herve Leger was also another designer who featured new trends. Normally we see lots of bandage with his collections, and he still kept true to his style, but fabric blocking added an ounce more of edge for this designer.
Christian Siriano saw the unlikely beauty in a creature that most of us are scared of – Bats! Once again Christian’s inspiration is dead on. Loving this bat inspired gown. I wonder which celeb(s) will be wearing this?
Naeem Khan took home plenty of awards this season and rightfully so. Sequins, gold, lots of clevage – WINNING!
When you’re watching the Oscars this Sunday check out how many celebs are wearing these 2 girls fabulous gowns. I’m sure we’re going to see this gown on a red carpet very soon.
OFF THE RUNWAY
There was a time when yellow and red were considered a miserable pair, but these days any color goes and this fashion girl is totally working it.
Fashion Week in February can be damn near dreadful when picking fashionable yet warm pieces. But here’s to being warm and stylish!
This coat is EVERYTHANG! And appears to be super warm. She’s done us proud by adding a splash of color with her canary yellow gloves.
Although Fashion Weeks all over the world are coming to an end in a few days, it’s clear many of us are already trend forecasters.
So tell me what trends will you be trying out this spring?