Trends We’re Loving for Fall 2017 from NYFW
With the end of New York Fashion Week, we’re taking a moment to appreciate our favorite looks from some of the top designers in the business. These are some of our favorite trends that are making us so excited for fall/winter, 2017:
From Left to Right: Victoria Beckham, Oscar de la Renta, Calvin Klein, Christian Siriano, The Row. Images via Vogue.
1. Red everything.
From Left to Right: Proenza Schouler, Sachin and Babi, Oscar de la Renta, Monse, The Row, Jason Wu. Images via Elle.
Gear up for red, red wine! Punchy red and even darker, purple-red hues rocked the NYFW runways and will be a major fashion trend in fall and winter. We love deep reds because they make clothing and lingerie look luxe. We’re crushing on this look from Victoria Beckham’s show in particular. Dreamy!
Get a headstart on this fall trend and invest now in deep red hues, like our Lace Balconette Bra in Scarlet. Pair it with a red or wine drapey tank and you’ll be #trending.
2. Golden yellow.
From Left to Right: Oscar de la Renta, Monse. Images via Hollywood Reporter.
We’ve written before about why we think you should work more yellow into your wardrobe, and we’re excited that this trend is here to stay. Designers from Altuzarra to Lacoste highlighted golden hues on the runway — and while the shades may have deepened slightly from their mellow yellow spring counterparts, they’re still very bright and energetic for fall. And, fabric matters! We saw a resurgence of yellow tones in both velvet and fur. Purrrr.
Consider pairing a golden turtleneck underneath your go-to pea coat or blazer, and alongside your favorite trousers for a sophisticated workwear look a la Oscar de la Renta.
3. “Femme modern” dressing.
From Left to Right: Alexander Wang, Exkhaus Latta, R13, Milly, Zadig & Voltaire. Images via Elle.
Guess who’s back… back again. We’ve seen menswear creep it’s way onto the runways for the past few seasons. Still oversized and exaggerated, this “femme modern” look is a little softer this time around than in years past. If you’re looking for small ways to incorporate this trend into your fall wardrobe, consider an oversized smart power blazer, like this one from Calvin Klein.
4. Political statements.
From Left to Right: Prabal Gurung, Creatures of Comfort, Cinq a Septè. Images via Vogue.
Perhaps our favorite look from the runways this spring are those making political statements. It all started with Dior over a year ago, and it’s here to stay. From Prabal Gurung’s “The Future is Female” tees to Creatures of Comfort’s “We Are All Human Beings” statement and Christian Siriano’s powerful “People are People” graphic t-shirts, we can’t wait to rock this trend come fall.
From Left to Right: J.Crew, Michael Kors, Christian Siriano. Images via Vogue.
From the stunning J.Crew presentation to Michael Kors’ ready-to-wear runway show, models of all ages, ethnicities, and sizes were spotted strutting their stuff at New York Fashion Week. We’re inspired by the beautiful array of women and can’t wait for more designers to embrace this look in future seasons.