From NYFW to Your Wardrobe
Top designers, such as Marc Jacobs, Rag & Bone, and Tommy Hilfiger, graced the 2014/2015 Spring/Summer New York Fashion Week runway and gave plenty of artistic mobile displays for the audience to feast on. Loose fitting tops and boxy silhouettes painted in earthy tones, such as olive, navy, burgundy, and tan dominated the runways. Although these collections were meant for spring and summer, we can easily look to them for inspiration for our own fall/winter wardrobes! Missed the runway and need your fashion fix? Check out the images below to upgrade your wardrobe with fashion’s most current designer styles!
Military influence dominated the Marc Jacobs line and a long olive parka is the perfect way to to keep yourself looking fierce and warm this fall.
Ultimate Festival Parka by Boutique - Topshop, $170
Mr. Hilfiger had a very eclectic line planned for this fashion week which ranged from edgy spunk to flirty red, white, and blues. It’s never a bad time to be patriotic and you can steal the look with this adorable starry patterned denim dress from Asos.
Hilfiger Denim Star Dress With Contrast Belt - Asos, $51
Phillip Lim brightened up the runway with clean cut lines, boxy silhouettes and of course the signature yellow and white that dominated his line. Yellow pants are the perfect way to combat the oncoming gloom of winter, but a slightly more muted shade is definitely the way to do it right.
Stretch Biker Trousers - Zara, $60
Proenza Schouler’s line showed us how to mix and match fabrics without looking like our grandma’s drapes, and how to bring back snakeskin. A demure snakeskin blazer is the perfect way to walk that impossible line between classy and edgy.
Long-Sleeve Reptile-Print Zip Moto Jacket - Guess, $110
Distancing herself from the days of her youth, Victoria Beckham introduced a sober line of long, loose silhouettes and sandy colors. An oatmeal colored oversized sweater is the epitome of fall fashion and the perfect way to stay looking warm and cute.
Wool Coat - Zara, $120
Marc by Marc Jacobs
In his separate line Marc by Marc Jacobs, we saw an eclectic mix of colorful tomboy styles paired with darker feminine looks. If skirts and dresses aren’t your thing, you can never go wrong with a nice button down shirt.
Chiffon Blouse - H&M, $20
Versace brought some pizazz to the runway with cutouts and sheer being played up in a whole new style, a great sexy look for the many holiday parties to come (not the ones with family of course!)
Lace Bodycon Dress - Forever 21, $35
Rag and Bone
Another military-inspired line, the Rag and Bone collection consisted of many sporty pieces; cropped tops, short shorts, and masculine jackets.
Double or Nothing Convertible Trench Coat - Nasty Gal, $50
By: Ayushi Chauhan & Joy Kim