Some of these looks even included a whole lot of fringe. And if you would like,we can use your shipping company to sent the parcels. We also carry occupational footwear for nursing, restaurant service and construction.
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It is probably one of the prettiest fall fashion trends to appear on the runways, but we certainly cannot get enough of the peek-a-boo lace trend, with the skin and silhouette showing through, often a little too much, but sometimes acting more demure like in the Bibhu Mohapatra collection. The lace look appears all over the place really but how can one not fall in love with the way it hugs the body on the tight Rodarte pants with the high waists and the blouses that look positively divine?
Altuzarra makes the lazy look incredible, while Vivienne Tam adds lace to her collars. Mind you, Louisa Beccaria gives translucent lacy materials a whole new meaning, while Elie Saab is possibly the best designer we have come across in a very long time. Nina Ricci shows off nipples but we cannot hate the looks, while the Alexander McQueen house offers more than just a simple dress, turning the creations into literal works of lacy art.
There is Maison Margiela to contend with, as well as Chloe, Yohji Yamamoto, Alessandra Rich, and Valentino with the colorful rendition of a maxi hemmed lace dress. Fur stoles may not have been an expected trend but they definitely did appear on the runway shows all around, knowing full well that the winter seasons are frosty and we regular people need as much help in the warmth department as possible. The Ohne Titel tiger striped teal and black stole is simply gorgeous, while we see the fur appear in so many other places.
Considering the fact that the s time period is the major influence of the whole of the fashions, it is safe to say that most of the designers have utilized flared trousers in their collections, one way or another. How one can ignore the leather trend, we do not know. It is literally everywhere, in nearly every collection, on nearly every model sometimes. It appears from head to toe, in the shape of purses and shoes, but mostly on skirts and jackets. Leather leggings and leather ankle crop pants made it onto the runway as well.
There was so much leather all around that we could not get away from it even if we tried. Lovely colors such as aqua and beige are splashed onto the leather used on the Vionnet runway, while Marc Jacobs goes crazy with texture and pleats when incorporating the material into its show.
Suede is another material that reminds us of the s, making us utterly nostalgic and appearing all over the place since the spring and summer collections. It appears on garments and on boots, the latter shown quite nicely in the Burberry Prorsum collection. Smudgy chalk tones, pinks, lavender and cornflower blue are the colors of choice for the suede materials these coming seasons.
And then there was a pretty good feel of the Victorian looks as well, from the collars tied with bows to frilly touched blouses. There was a bite of romance in the air, off-skew bows making their way into many a collection.
Many of the designers throughout the Fashion Weeks kept including the more masculine oversized pieces, from sweaters to jackets, dresses and capes. The tomboyish look was available on the Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren, and Comme des Garcons shows as well, even if it was not particularly oversized every time.
The masculine met the feminine for these seasons and we loved the comfort fit of it all. The reefer jacket look seen on the runways was definitely lovely and quite a common appearance. Based on the United States Navy fashions with the double breasted blue coat, the reefer jacket echoes the seafaring military trend quite nicely as it makes its way from New York runway shows up until Paris Fashion Week.
At Chloe, it was worn long, falling to the floor, past even the ankles. Nina Ricci, on the other hand, showed it off paired with a sheer lace skirt, while at Michael Kors it fell to the knees and was thrown Italian style over the shoulders. Plus, they do not look half as bad when paired with all the right elements.
For example, the khaki green color of the Charlotte Ronson piece, pared with the see-through button down shirt and the velvet boots is actually quite lovely, while the bright banana yellow look of the Victoria Beckham pair with a large black Victorian style sweater tucked into it and high gloss black boots underneath is more than just a little appealing.
The fringe trend is quite lovely really. They add a flounce to each step or really jazz up a jacket, top or dress. We have always loved to go retro and seeing the top designers of our days utilize the Western inspired trend makes us oh so happy.
We have seen fringes so many times at this point, we are almost getting sick of it, but we have to say that the Nina Ricci fringed coats really do look quite amazing, while the Sacai use of fringe is almost frightening. Balmain, on the other hand, makes it all look just perfect! Fur was majorly in as we saw on the runway shows, becoming one of the most prevalent trends on New York Fashion Week.
And then we realized that not all of it was real. The Michael Kors gorgeous teal furs are simply to die for, especially when paired with a matching dress and pretty Mary Jane shoes. Zac Posen, on the other hand, opts to make the colorful fur part of his skirt suits and does such an incredibly job with it indeed. The colored fur on the Emilio Pucci runway was quite intriguing with all the swirls and the colors, while the artistry of it on the Salvatore Ferragamo collection was breathtaking.
On the other hand, designer like Sacai made it appear as if the colored full outerwear were but the fuzzy bodies of robots come to invade earth. Fur was even used for dresses, like those strapless options we saw at Christian Dior. Mongolian fur is the next trendy fur option making an appearance quite frequently in the fall fashion lines.
Bold colors are a huge trend on the runway, often appearing in a few specific pieces within a rather dark collection while other times taking the whole line-up over. Considering the fact that we are all prone to developing Seasonal Affective Disorder, these gorgeous pieces help dispel the doom and gloom that is always accompanying the winter months.
While we have always considered symmetrical thing to be beautiful, we find great beauty in the perfect asymmetry of so many of the pieces featured on the different fashion shows for the fall and winter.
What many fail to realize is that even in the asymmetry there is symmetry, as any form of geometric line, whether it be vertical, horizontal or diagonal, is still a line. The eyes will always find the diagonal fall of the skirt hems beautiful because there is symmetry in their asymmetry. Then again, they can fall in multiple layers like some within the DKNY show, which automatically reduces the appeal as much.
Perhaps one of the best asymmetrical looks that has little symmetry to it is in the dresses created by Narciso Rodriguez, while New York Fashion Week was dazzled by their use by Reem Acra, Victoria Beckham, Monique Lhuillier, and Marchesa. Some of these looks even included a whole lot of fringe.
Many colors and many types of materials but all have the same results: If we are going to have plunging necklines as one of the biggest trends of the year, we certainly need to have the exact opposite for winter, since no type of top covers up more than a turtleneck. The Tanya Taylor turtlenecks are positively gorgeous, while the Tome oversized sweaters feature a more relaxed version of the classic trend. Thakoon adds stripes and a full cuff, making the turtleneck stiff against the skin, while Sonia Rykiel offers pieces that look best tucked into high waist plaid pants and with colorful furry vest on top.
Fluffy turtlenecks were also spotted at the Roberto Cavalli show. The Goth girls gone wild look is especially alluring, with its black coloring really adding a slimming factor and the way the biggest designers do it making it all less trashy and so much more sophisticated. The Cushnie et Ochs looks are a lot more bondage style, though we cannot help but admire the way the cut-outs enhance the figure and the look of the legs peeking through extremely high slits on the thigh.
Crop tops and low waist pants, a shiny leather jacket thrown on top, make for a sportier Goth look by Vera Wang, one where the girls really have gone wild.
Casual flings and a whole lot of violence can be expected from this look. If you are every feeling blue, it appears that gorgeous feathers, particularly in ostrich, come in handy to brighten up the mood. Fluttering feathers were featured on Balenciaga sweaters, while they created such an incredible silhouette on the Roberto Cavalli runway with the wraparound coatdresses. Artists gone wild showed up on the Rodarte catwalk, wherein feathers were rocked by ladies in tiny little bedraggled dresses that covered barely an inch of their bodies.
The MSGM sleeves are all feathered up, while we spotted feathers all over the place on London Fashion Week, becoming one of the most sophisticated trends created. We were especially dazzled by their use on the Topshop and Osman numbers, having the feathers used on sheer fabrics or bold statements. Ostrich feathers looked absolutely gorgeous on those mini skirts by Just Cavalli. The slits come and go often as a fashion trend, sometimes to the side, sometimes on the thigh, sometimes in the middle, either front or back.
While the trend is generally for a single slit up the thigh, we have spotted some pieces where there are two, including a midi hemmed shirtdress by Public School. Mendel dresses or coupled with fur stoles as in the Jason Wu designs. Center slits appear on the Prabal Gurung show. Givenchy adds width to the look by adding large ruffling hems. They have appeared everywhere, from blouses to dresses, and sometimes even as simply blazers with nothing underneath.
The chest is both fully open or fully closed up this year and the plunging neckline is one of the most intriguing of trends. It has appeared on nearly every single runway show, from Altuzarra to Rebecca Minkoff, Genny and Missoni, Emilio Pucci and Temperley London, this was definitely one of the biggest trends to hit the runway. It includes shirtdresses by Public School and leather skirts by Altuzarra, longer midi dresses by Monique Lhuillier and the lacy pieces by Sharon Wauchob, it becomes hard to count out every single designer offering this trend in their mix because there are so many.
The midi hems, either falling just above, at or just below the knees, sometimes stretching down to mid-calf, exist in nearly every single collection, stretching from New York Fashion Week and coming over to Europe, appearing in Milan, London and Paris as well. Once you begin to sift through all the different looks that appeared on the runway, you realize that many of the models are wearing tights.
Be it the Proenza Schouler fishnets or the Naeem Khan floral designed, the simple black and thick tights on the Tanya Taylor collection or the sheer versions on the GEORGINE runway, tights are really cool and perfect for keeping your legs warm when exposing them this fall and winter.
Many opted for the thick version of the black tights, including Zimmermann. Others went for a bit more fun, including the stripy colorful Tommy Hilfiger versions and the lacy gorgeous Rodarte tights. These were definitely not your average tights.
Suspenders are not a trend that was expected on the runways either, but their appearance is certainly not disappointing. They are not always on trousers either, appearing also in the Ralph Lauren collection on a sheath maxi skirt.
They may not be as common as many of the other trends, but sifting through all the designer shows, you find yourself face to face with quite a few gems that appear here and there. The more ludicrous it is to think of wearing these pieces as they are presented on the runway, without bras and the whole of the chest peeking through, the more they seem to appear all around us on the fashion stage.
They are weightless and quite delicate, beautiful really for the most part. Wearing them at a party even might be way to suggestive, inviting all forms of sexual harassment and abuse. Yet, one of the absolute biggest trends on the runway for the fall and winter season of is the whole idea of the see-through blouses and sometimes even the fully bare chests.
Those nipples have shown up on so many of the catwalk sessions at this point that it is hard to keep count.
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