Fall is here! Well, not officially, but it’s post-Labor Day here in America.
If summer is over, then that gives us carte blanche to start wearing fall trends.
In regards to my personal style, I wanted to wear more soft colors this season, as oppose to the BOLD teals I’ve been wearing all summer. Luckily, I’ve fallen in love with one of Pantone’s picks of the season: Cashmere Rose.
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Here are a few looks I’m envisioning for this fall:
What colors are you looking forward to wearing this season?
A strong trend on the fashion radar is black & white. You may do it in stripes, polka dots, floral prints, or color blocking.
Here are some looks from the Spring ’15 RTW runways.
Spring is upon us, which means it’s time to come out of our winter cocoons. While neutrals and nudes have been a hot color both on and off the runway, I’ve noticed that there are those of you who aren’t entirely sure how to incorporate the color into your wardrobe without feeling washed out.
Personally, my go to neutrals are blacks and grays. However, I have made a point indulge in creams, whites, and other flesh-tone shades. Here are a few looks to kick start your fashion juices.
Tracking fashion month has been an arduous, yet pleasuring task. It takes a while to digest a months’ worth of new creations from all of my favorite, as well as new designers. In the meantime, I have pulled a few color trends noted from the AW ’15 shows.
Which colors stood out to you?
I was somewhat disappointed when the 2015 Pantone Color of the Year was announced. While Marsala (the wine) is great, I’m not very keen on reds (the color).
Being a reluctant fashion drone who does wish to step out of my comfort zone, I put together a few looks where I’ve incorporated the color trend.
Tom Ford was the guest of honor at amfAR’s fifth annual Inspiration Gala held in Los Angeles. The night celebrated not only Ford’s contribution to menswear, but for his commitment to fighting the ongoing AIDS crisis.
Here are some of the night’s highlights
Dita Von Teese
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