The Must-See Looks from Fall Fashion Week 2017
As Fall Fashion Week has taken the season by storm, here are a few of the looks that hit the runway in New York, London, and Paris. Make sure to click on the images to view the designer’s entire collection.
Take a look at how designers blend different colors and fabrics to make them work.
New York Fashion Week:
Although the outfit may seem relatively simple, matching accessories to your outfit creates a cohesive outfit. The look also proves your hair can also act as an accessory to your outfit since the electric blue hair stands out against the red.
Make a mini bun hairstyle edgy with a smokey eye and dark, matte lip.
As runway looks mix high end fashion with a casual style, easily recreate the look with a long floral. An easy way to wear floral without it being overbearing is choosing a print with a more muted or watercolor tone.
Dress down an outfit with a varsity jacket that can easily be mixed with other materials.
Although red on red would not be everyone’s typical outfit, take one of the bold pieces and pair it with a neutral color or black to make it more wearable for everyday. But if you have an event, a red pantsuit is the perfect way to stand out.
A feminine twist on your pantsuit with a belt and added folds to create a more flattering figure. Recreate the look with a white color shirt layered with a tweed or cotton gray jacket.
See how DVF turns their classic wrap dress into a modern twist with a leopard print paired with bright blue pieces. Mix up your look by adding neutral tone animal print with bolder colors.
Layer a clear raincoat over a trench coat to create your own DIY version of a fashionable raincoat.
London Fashion Week:
Even a patterned jumpsuit can be further accessorized with a gold belt and patterned stockings. The added red element of the coat adds the perfect touch to complete the look.
A emerald floral dress with bronze sleeve cuffs paired with lace up flats creates an empirical inspired look.
The half white and black coat creates a mysterious look. Make the look less serious by adding a pop of color
Designers have focused on using bolder colors this season especially cobalt and yellow. A half cami and half long sleeve top paired is a new take on a basic top.
All black has never looked edgier with a black smokey eye and lots of leather. It’s the perfect outfit to wear to show no one can stop you.
A way to wear all of the same color by adding different textures in the outfit.
An elegant yet brave ballerina look. The sheer top of the dress with a tutu skirt on the bottom makes her standout on the runway.
Paris Fashion Week:
We see a lot of designers mix bold colors with neutral fur pieces. A bold color can help outline her body shape even with the thick fur coat.
Metallics meet winter in this cool toned outfit
This brand wouldn’t be anything without the over-the-top and playful looks they work into in their runway shows.
One of the most wearable brands where street style meets the runway. Wide legged pants can be paired with a crop top to balance proportions.
Patterned stockings make their way on the runway. A great way to style an outfit for colder weather is a long coat with a turtle neck tucked into a skirt.
Personalize a white button up with fabric patches or layer a longer shirt underneath. Add pinstripe pants to elongate the legs when you wear a longer top.
Re-wear a gown you now by layering a embroidered piece on top.
A twist on the classic military coat in teal by adding a slit on the side. The colors of the dress effortlessly match with the coat and bag that makes the coat a necessity to complete the look.
A unique outfit mixing landscape art with fashion. After all they do say, fashion is art.
An easy way to dress up a plain shift dress is to actually add another dress underneath. Also a darker outfit allows for brighter accessories.