I’m having a major obsessive moment with all things cotton, lace and pretty. What I love about tops that have those details is that they’re so soft, feminine and dreamy. You could style them to be sexy (think pencil skirt, major heels) or down to earth (think denim and leather booties).
Due to the awful weather we’ve been having, I’m also kind of obsessed with being really cozy and warm. (Who am I kidding, I always want to be cozy.) Since it’s spring time you want to start shifting away from wearing very heavy, wintery sweaters that don’t necessarily speak of spring, or the coming summer. For this dilemma, I’ve switched over into wearing cardigans of all shapes and sizes though I keep the colors fresh, light and away from too many heavy wintery colors like browns, dark yellows, and reds. Go fresh with greens, creams, blues, bright reds etc.
Wear some dazzling feminine esq earrings, nude heels (for a fresh look) and a great bucket bag.
If you’re heavily invested into fashion and the industry, then you know that fashion week is at the top of the proverbial mountain in terms of fashion prediction and trends. The designers pull out all the stops and their shows are becoming more and more fabulous as the years roll by (Tommy Hilfiger’s foot ball field runway..). The cities buzz with models, stylists, buyers, bloggers and designers and the air is thick with creativity and preening peacocks, and we love it.
If, however, you are not into fashion week, and you don’t even know what fashion week is, then this is for you. The collective mass that actually don’t really mind or care and find that their silent addiction to H&M satiates all their fashion needs. If you are curious, however, then this will help you understand.
Here are my top ten collections, street style looks, moments, etc. to make you feel like you were/are at least a little in the know.
Style that includes a similar color scheme but plays with texture is always a win. And who thought that flared jeans would make such a comeback at this years NYFW?
Cool, calm and collected. Dark turqoise is the ultimate winter color, and paired with a fur collar? Luxe to the max.
I might be obsessing over amazing feminine dresses this year, but Dennis Bassos’ embellished dresses and luxe furs stole my heart.
Frame Denim showed that your favorite pair of jeans can also be a major fashion statement. Denim overalls? Yes please. I loved their high waisted, flared blue jeans. It feels like the 70’s are making a comeback, and I’m not mad.
The weather!! I can’t remember a fashion week that had to endure this much crazy-ness. Fashion week carried on as the city got whammied by icy temperatures and snowy weather. There were only minor “inappropriate clothing for the weather” infractions.
Zac Posens dresses were absolutely beautiful and by far one of my favorites. Did I mention I was on a bit of a dress kick?
How can you not be obsessed with something as fabulous as lace, fur, wool, leather, patterns, impeccable cut, fit and style. Altuzarra’s collection has it all. It feels like a 1920’s siren meets NYC chic and it couldn’t’ve been done any better. He smacked the norm core look in the face and took it out to lunch to teach it a lesson in the art of feminine allurement through refined style. That’s not actually a bad thing.
The epic meltdown of one North West and Anna Wintours face. She’s not having it, and neither are Jay and Bey. Definitely don’t bring a squirmy, antsy one something year old to the front row..that’s rough.
Oversized coats and sweaters. I was majorly impressed with people who chose to actually dress for the weather, unlike last years see-through-clothing in-minus-freezing-weather fiasco
Camille Charrières’ instagram. If you want to follow a style blogger that actually says great things, then she’s the girl! Witty, hilarious and her seemingly blasé approach to being a style blogger makes her a fav. She also has great shots of prancing around New York at the apocalyptic snow.