Fashion trends for autumn and winter

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Fashion trends for autumn and winter

Shops traditionally start to take delivery of the new autumn/winter 2013 trends now – but they’re hedging their bets with more transitional pieces, using lighter materials and layers. They’re also increasing the number of ‘drops’ of new pieces per season.

While we often aspire to steal inspiration from the runways, it can be hard/borderline impossible to find trends we can actually wear in our everyday lives. From affordable beanies to figure-flattering slouchy pants, here are 10 runway trends you’ll feel comfortable buying and wearing all throughout the seasons.

White as Proenza Snow

Proving that white after Labor Day is, in fact, the way to go, designers like Proenza Schouler and Derek Lam showed off striking head-to-toe white looks.

White as Proenza Snow

Everyday Plaid Like Celine

Fashion houses like Celine and Phillip Limbrought back plaid in its toughest form: circa mid-90s and made it as chic as ever. Incorporate this gritty trend into your wardrobe now by pairing it with shorts and denim.

Everyday Plaid Like Celine

BCBG’s Slouchy Beanies

There were plenty of gems atBCBGMaxAzria’s Fall 2013 collection, but none struck our fashionista hearts as much as the slouchy beanies. Both practical and affordable, you can incorporate this street accessory into your everyday wear or go fashion-forward by pairing with evening ensembles.

BCBG's Slouchy Beanies

Dries Van Noten’s Rugby Stripes

Rugby stripes made a standout appearance throughout Dries Van Noten’s lauded Fall 2013 collection. From sporty-chic scarves to blouses, we can’t get over how striking this motif looks, especially when paired together.

Dries Van Noten's Rugby Stripes

Burberry Prorsum’s Queen of Hearts

Calling all my prim and proper ladies out there, heart motifs, like the ones seen atBurberry Prorsum, will rule your queendom come fall. Style these hearts of hearts with edgier pieces like a leather studded belt to keep your look from feeling too sugary.

Burberry Prorsum's Queen of Hearts

alph Lauren’s Over-the-Knee Boots

Undoubtedly more wearable than the gladiator sandal version which permeated the streets this spring, OTK boots are the tougher and more practical choice, not to mention their bad-ass sensibility. Opt for a classic silhouette a la Ralph Lauren so you can wear with anything and everything.

alph Lauren's Over-the-Knee Boots

Givenchy’s Mega Sweatshirt

What’s more wearable than a sweatshirt? Not only are there endless ways to rock one, most are as comfortable as fashion gets. Which is why we were more than psyched when fashion houses like Givenchy showed off some pretty fierce selections this fall.

Givenchy's Mega Sweatshirt

Louis Vuitton’s Slip Dress

Dressing doesn’t get much easier than a slip dress. Seductive and classy, this trend abides by the less-is-more rule, making it super easy to style and wear. As seen at shows likeLouis Vuitton, this 90s staple promises to be back in full force come fall.

Louis Vuitton's Slip Dress

Calvin Klein’s Slouchy Pants

Give your skinny trousers a breather and embrace fall’s favored pant silhouette: the slouch. From leather to lamé, designers like Calvin Klein opened our eyes to this figure-flattering pant that looks great on every figure.

Calvin Klein's Slouchy Pants

Alexander Wang’s Gray Areas

From slate to charcoal, fall’s proclaimed neutral showed up all over the runways, including at shows like Alexander Wang. A breeze to pair and style, this classic hue will give your wardrobe so much more to work with.

Alexander Wang's Gray Areas

Source: The Fashion Spot

Follow the trend of fashion style over the world, Bihanh tailor is always trying to be a good tailor in Hoian with changes of style of our products according to the general fashion trend and customer’s wishes. That is the reason we have this article for your reference about trend of wearing for the autumn of 2013.


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