This Season’s Runway Trends

With so many runway shows presented at each fashion week, it is always difficult to narrow down the major trends of the winter season.  Noted winter trends centered around prints, texture and coziness; with an emphasis on cozy.   It’s quite refreshing to see designers steer towards comfortable dressing more than ever.  Ultimately, designers produced a vast selection of wearable and unique pieces for women of all styles.  We’ve spotted some of the winter trends in our store and have them here to share with you!

Sixties Sweetheart: Designers like Louis Vuitton and Gucci sent their models down the runway strutting in sexy mini-dresses, May Janes, and color-blocked prints.   With Twiggy at the forefront of fashion in the 60’s, turn to her for style inspiration.  Get back in the “swing” of things and browse our new selection of baby-doll dresses.  They’re perfect for working your own strut down a sidewalk full of leaves.

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Glimmering Gold:  The supreme of the metallics took the spotlight on the runway.  While it is most often worn to more elegant and dressy affairs, there were lots of casual looks that showcased gold. So whether it makes you feel like a luxurious queen or a star on stage, gold is a fashion staple that is here to stay.

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Steppin’ Out: The winter styles of shoes that stomped down the runway were all over the board.  However, we did notice a consistency in seeing stiletto inspired booties, buckle detailing, gladiator thigh-highs, and chunky heels.  The pairing of two two chic and luxurious forms with each other make the stiletto/bootie combo a fashion knockout.  The over-the-top use of buckles puts a twist on the ever classic buckles we’re used to seeing on a simple pair of pumps.  To really make  a statement, strap up in a pair of thigh-high boots.  We saw lots of over the top, extra-embellished styles that bring all the drama to your look.  Lastly, chunky heels have been revamped to no longer feel tired and frumpy.  

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Sport Zone: Designers continued to be inspired by the athletic aesthetic.  The sporty pieces were spotted in looks that ranged from casual to more dressy for a night out.  Whatever the occasion, when you throw on something sporty, you’re bound to gain some brownie points with your man.

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