As we prepare for some of the hottest weather of the summer, retailers are preparing for fall. July is the start of fall fashion. To stay ahead of the game, check out the trend for the fall.
After seasons of very feminine and overly sexy clothing, fashion is now moving to a more masculine look. What perfect way to create this look than using classic menswear fabrics. Although the looks are becoming more masculine, there is still a feminine touch here and there.
Billy Reid and Dolce Gabbana
Inspired by street fashion, designers have taken the tomboy chic look into the fall. This look is achieved by pairing classic school boy pieces with chic feminine pieces.
Below the Knee
As we know in gravity, what goes up must come down. This rule can easily be applied to fashion. After seasons of the mini skirt, skirts that are below the knee were ruling the fall 2013 runways.
J. Crew and Phillip Lim
Below the Knee
Celine and Oscar de la Renta
More is Better
Oversized coats were all over the runways for the fall. The masculine movement also influences this trend. Designer used classic menswear coats, such as the peacoat, and gave them a twist.
Chanel and Trussardi
Mix and Mingle
For the spring/summer trends, we saw a mix of prints, prints, and more prints. Well no worries that continues in the fall!
J. Crew and Diane Von Furstenberg
Another trend that continues from spring/summer trends is crystal jewelry. This trend adds a pop of glam to any look.
Balmain and Dries Von Noten
With clothing women’s clothing becoming more masculine, a thigh high boot is a perfect way to bring sexy to an outfit.
Phillip Lim and Tom Ford
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