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Reporting from New York Fashion Week, we have the latest trends for the Fall! Prints were seen in several of the shows this season. From bohemian inspired prints in Mara Hoffman’s collection to geometric with Carlos Miele, prints made quite the statement on the runway. We are simply wild about the spunk the trend can bring to your look. Be prepared to be inspired by some of the pieces these designers brought to New York Fashion Week below!
Photos courtesy of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week.
While attending shows at New York Fashion Week this season, it was very apparent that the sixties are an inspiration for the fall. Take Nicole Miller for example. Velvet, bell-bottoms, suede, vests and floppy hats were among the runway. The designer also incorporated prints and patchwork leather; overall the collection had that Beatles-era vibe. But Miller was not the only one. Gwen Stefani’s line, L.A.M.B., made quite the retro statement. She took on a more rock n’ roll sixties spin with her collection using neon colors and statement sweaters. The beehive hair and overstated lashes the models sported synced perfectly with printed jumpsuits and mini skirts. Overall both created fierce yet fun collections.
Photos courtesy of Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
If I could pick one item to add to your wardrobe for the upcoming winter season, I would say a faux fur vest is a must! This stellar item can make layering up in the cold weather a bit more fun. Take inspiration from stylist Rachel Zoe, as she is caught wearing fur vests often along with Kim Kardashian and the Olsen twins! Styling Tips: Wear a solid colored long sleeve top under your vest, pair with wide leg jeans or skinnies, throw on an over-sized ring and you are ready to go. Oh, and don’t forget those pumps!! Note: This is a great gift for someone fashionable in your life for the upcoming holidays!
Meet DressREBECCAjean, a blog dedicated to dresses. CHEERS GALORE. The girls behind it all: these two slightly anonymous 20-somethings discovered their love for dresses when they realized they had gone a whole 7 years saving money to pay for a couch, but all the while they managed to buy to-die-for frocks. Yep, sounds familiar for fashionistas. Food or shoes? It’s a serious decision, and usually the uncookable choice wins. You’ll start seeing these girls on LOLO quite frequently, so get familiar with their story, and keep your eyes peeled for their sweet dress suggestions.
Someone should buy this dress.
Name: Golda Houndstooth Dress
Brand: Diane von Furstenberg
Get it: At Bergdorf or Cusp
Advantages: Ahhh houndstooth. Usually reserved for Bear Bryant’s hat or bulky winter coats (love her). Now, get the pattern’s visual stimulation without that scratchy wool feeling!… err, sorry, we don’t usually sound like infomercials. If this beauty looks/feels like any other DVF dress that we’ve tried on (but haven’t had the balls or dolla bills to buy), once you put it on, you will never want to take it off, or – as past experiences would have it – leave the dressing room of a fancy store you have no business being in. (Turns out shoplifting is illegal in all 50 states.)
Interesting fact: Wikipedia told us that a small scale version of this pattern can be referred to as puppytooth. We use the term ‘interesting’ loosely. And now we’re hungry. Click the link; we don’t eat puppies.
Disadvantages: This dress is giving us seasonal confusion. Houndstooth evokes visions of warmth, but this will not warm you without the help of tights, booties and a pea coat. The fact that it’s 80 degrees outside (here in Texas) and almost November is enough to make you black out when trying to get dressed in the morning. You don’t need this dress adding to your superficial woes.
Uglier, BUT CHEAPER!
Name: Wrap Dress
Brand: Victoria’s Secret
Get it at: VictoriasSecret.com
Advantages: Channel your inner DVF while holding on to your inner wallet. Also, we all know Diane can be a bit conservative (and by that we mean snobby), but with Victoria you know exactly what you’re getting. motor-boated.
Disadvantages: I mean do you really want to wear a wrap dress that’s not a DVF? That’s like wearing red-soled shoes that aren’t Christian Louboutin’s. Other things that fall under this category:
- Non-alcoholic beer (beer)
- Ashton Kutcher (Charlie Sheen – please do not take this to mean that we watch “Two and a Half Men”, we do not, we never will and we don’t want to, but we do read a lot of The Superficial, so we know when things go down… like Sara Leal. YAHTZEEEE!)
- Psycho Lindsay Lohan of crack-head infamy (Sweet Lindsay Lohan of Mean Girls fame)
- “Footloose” October 2011 (“Footloose” 1984 + Kevin Bacon)
Any dress that elicits the thought of two philanderers, two felons, an 80’s remake and fake alcohol should really make you think twice about purchasing.
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The earrings, the necklaces, the bracelets, oh my! Purusing the Coralia Leets website is like entering into a jewelry loving danger zone. You’re in there for an hour, and it feels like a snap. Every piece is so dreamy, so stunning, so unique. It’s as if each earring paints a picture of the outfit that could be, and each ring makes a thought cloud appear in my fairytale imagination, with a vivid picture of it’s perfect statement-making POP potential! The entire collection is united in it’s adjectives: elegant, bold, and contemporary, and the wide variety of stones and colors guarantee to suit every taste.
It has taken me ages (literally) to downsize my stack of favorites, but here they are! I am thinking the hottest new friendship bracelet is in this bunch…thoughts?
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From the leopard dresses at Michael Kors to leather wide-legs at Yigal Azrouel, the LOLO editors have compiled a gallery of looks that resulted in a jaw drop (and they are still on our mind). Use these fresh-off-the-runway photos as a guide for your spring wardrobe. Let the inspiration begin!
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Alexander Wang, Diane Von Furstenberg, Edun, Michael Kors, Lacoste, Nanette Lepore, Marc Jacobs, Rag and Bone, Yigal Azrouel, Rachel Zoe