Ladies, it's time to step into the spotlight.
With our last blog post focusing on menswear trends, our newest post is just for the women!
Red is the color of fall. From coats, dresses, and shoes, you'll see this color everywhere. Designers such as Givenchy, Dolce and Gabbana, Oscar de la Renta, and Givenchy sent this power color down the runway.
70's plaid made modern. A modern take on the decade will filter through to spring, so start collecting pieces now. A chic pair of pants or a standout coat can be playful and timeless.
Floral isn't just for spring. Designers like Balenciaga and Vivienne Westwood took a vintage approach to the pattern .
The midi skirt length that first reemerged a few seasons back has appeared on the catwalk once more. Lanvin and Valentino show that this conservative look has no age restrictions. Whether its in a print or solid, this silhouette can be worn all year round.
Is brown the new black? According to The Row, Tod's, Max Mara, and many more designers, it is. A rich chocolate hue can look extremely luxurious and modern.
Velvet is the go-to formal fabric of choice. Visually and physically decadent, keep this in mind when searching for your future evening attire.
The pantsuit is back. It has already made its presence known in streetwear via attendees of Milan, Paris, and London fashion weeks recently.
If you're interested in finding out how to add these key pieces into your wardrobe, we encourage you to meet with our master tailors! From style to fit advice and everything in between, we are your friendly neighborhood clothier.