Fur has always represented the most elite and fabulous figures in the fashion world. Celebs and trendsetters alike have rocked the bulky statement making pieces and made us all stare in awe at their powerful presence. If you are a little tight on money due to your college student budget, fret not.
Girls are inexplicably drawn to anything sparkly or shiny. With party invitations beginning to pile up on your desk, sparkling fashion is the perfect way to celebrate. Make this trend daytime appropriate by pairing a sequined skirt with a class button-down or go all out for a nighttime celebration with a sequined mini-dress.
While velvet may remind us of past holiday outfits gone wrong, there is no doubt that this luxuriously soft fabric made its mark on this seasons runway shows. While I do not discriminate against all colors of velvet, deep red and burgundy tones are aesthetically pleasing and irresistible.
My blue, glitter, cheetah print pants circa 2000 bring back fond memories of the fifth grade. They also prove that my little fashionista self was way ahead of the game. While I certainly do not recommend blue as your primary choice of color, I would definitely suggest a nice, natural cheetah color and print.
Leather has the ability to seem equal parts sleek, preppy, and badass, creating an incredibly broad appeal to today’s shopper.
While walking around campus on a 90 something degree day in November, I cannot help but wonder what a real East Coast fall is like. I imagine trees with orange, red and yellow leaves delicately hanging from their branches, the crisp air of a new season and that distinct East Coast Ivy league vibe.
Formerly only seen on sexy nightgowns or grandma’s collar, lace has finally taken a modern turn this season.
Like all good trends that get a second chance in the fashion world, denim has definitely made a comeback this year. For those of us who had a hard time giving up our jean jackets once the 90′s ended, this trend is especially exciting.
Watch out boys, this falls biggest trend has proven that you aren’t the only ones who can look good in uniform.