Who did it best? Oscar de la Renta
I don't know what it was about Oscar de la Renta this season (or every season for that matter) but I just adore every piece that came down the runway from him. Magnifique!
Trend: Head-to-Toe WhiteWho did it best? Derek Lam (far left picture)
I love the simple yet bold look of white on white. The monochromatic palette lengthens those of us who sit on the lower end of the height scale too!
Who did it best? BCBGMAXAZRIA
Personally I really like that rather than go all out fur coats like Michael Kors (although I absolutely adore that look), they did fur accents. By doing accents rather than big looks like giant fur coats, the trend is made a whole lot more wearable.
Who did it best? Jason Wu
Does anyone else remember the terrible camouflage pants and jackets and shirts and hats and every other clothing item from way back when? I was only in elementary school when this trend was really popular but to this day I can't stand that trend. When I heard military was coming back for the fall season I did a double take and almost broke into tears (just kidding ;)) Anyways! I was pleasantly surprised to see this military look is very tailored. Much better than the tacky military patterns of the past!
Who did it best? Calvin Klein
Now don't think that just because Calvin Klein used mostly black leather means that you have to stick to this monochromatic palette to pull off the trend. Many other designers stuck with red leather as well. I'm not sure which I like more. I am leaning toward the red leather. It feels more fall to me. But to each his (or her!) own.
Who did it best? Tom + Lorenzo
Ok just to clear the air, I would never be able to pull this trend off. Too much sparkle for me. I love being the center of attention (it is the Italian in me) but with this white skin and imperfect body I would not like the heavy metallics everywhere. Plus I like my bold pieces being jewelry, lace, or makeup. Just a personal thing. But for those of you who CAN pull this look off, more power to you! It looks so amazing on some people!
Who did it best? Miu Miu
Now personally I don't have a job that involves me wearing pant suits. In fact I normally just show up to people's homes to watch their kids in high waisted shorts and a t-shirt or sweater (depending on the time and weather) and make sure nothing is broken and they give me a good report to their parents. Anyways that is beside the point. For those of you who are eager to venture outside the box at your 9-to-5 job this fall, I would recommend the printed pantsuit. It is such a fun twist on the gray or black pant suit and if you are worried about the weird looks, you can get them in not so out there patterns too. No need to worry:)
Who did it best? Rebecca Taylor
I love pleats. That's all I can say. Maybe it's cause I have been wearing them in my uniform since 5th grade. But then again that would make most people hate them. I don't know! Originally I was afraid to wear them because with my petite but curvy figure, I thought I would be overwhelmed and looked bigger than I was. But I was pleasantly surprised. So I encourage everyone to try them out!!! I love how Rebecca Taylor did the sheer panelling. It is sexy but subtle (ooh lala;))
Who did it best? Jason Wu (second from the left)
Two homeruns for Jason Wu! I love the way he makes it so ladylike and pretty! Ladylike trends like these (and the ones I mentioned above) are always my favorites. And this trend is definitely the most figure flattering for every body type. It emphasizes the curves of those well endowed and adds curves to those who aren't. This one makes it into my top 2 favorite trends of this fall and winter.
Trend: Oversized Coats
Who did it best? Who even knows...
I'm sorry for mentioning this trend and even more sorry if you really love this trend. No hate I promise! But I just do not understand this trend, except for the models who wear exaggerated trends like these every time they walk down the runway. This trend is not figure flattering and just seems overwhelming. Call me crazy but I like defining my lady qualities and keep the loose fitting, large clothing items to the nuns (I'm allowed to say that! I have more nuns as friends than I would like to admit).
Well I hope that this was helpful to all you fabulous fashion mavens!!! Keep checking up for more updates:) Have a wonderful week!