New York Fashion Week Trends for Fall-Winter 2014
The New York Fashion Week has predicted some interesting styles for the later part of the year. While we don’t enjoy the fall season, we do have chilly winters. Take a sneak peak at the winter trends and see if you may buy one of these on sale before the season comes, so that you have an updated wardrobe.
Here are the top 5 New York Fashion Week Trends for fall-winter 2014:
We all love boyfriend cardigans, they are warm, cosy and comfortable for a chilly day. Now, you may actually wear these outside of your house as a true fashionista, as NYFW suggests that oversized knitted sweaters and tops are going to be the in thing in winter 2014.
Oh my gold! While shaded metallic have been the trend for spring, guess what is going to rule the streets in winter. It is the yellow shaded metal – gold. From small touches to your apparel to creating a bling look, go all out in the latter part of the year with this trend.
You may have seen a light touch of velvet in Indian wear from trendy borders to other styles. However, last few months of the year will be when you may wear velvet to your heart’s content. Dresses, skirts, belts, blazers and almost everything will look fab in this fabric.
Remember dungrees you wore as kids? Well, it’s back with a bang. Show off your tomboyish side with overalls. Denim, prints, colour block, you may do so much with these right!
Celebrity style tracking suggests that no look is complete without accessories. Here’s a new one which we totally love – the arm cuff. Tube tops, sleeveless, strappy dresses, you may wear this with pretty much everything, while showing off those toned arms.
While these were the major trends on runway of NYFW, we particularly loved the Tommy Hilfiger fall-winter 2014 collection. It has a sense of subtlety with a burst of colours.
As the fashion world is moving faster than the calendar year, tell us which is your favorite of these trends. We recommend you already load up on the gold, overalls and arm cuffs, which are weather agnostic. Tweet to us @stereowrite and @get_inonit, or comment below.
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