2014 Fall and Winter Fashion trends
Absolutely nothing claims autumn quite like a cozy sweater, and on Fall 2014 runways, they were spotted in abundance. A little oversized and fundamental in general, fall’s knits were frequently paired with dresses in diverse lengths, creating a cool-girl consistent we foresee catching on in spades.
Literal interpretations associated with the term “mod”—characterized by moving ’60s mini skirts, high shoes, and Twiggy—can frequently read too costume-y for the majority of modern females, and that's why we’re enjoying Fall 2014’s take on the trend, which utilizes subtle mod-inspired accents on otherwise contemporary appearance, particularly metallic boots, subdued A-lines, mini changes and prim collars.
Kitschy, junk food-fixated bags
Really, this can be a brand new one: For fall, a few top designers embraced lighthearted bags with a junk food angle. From Frosted Flakes mascot Tony the Tiger at Anya Hindmarch, Chinese takeout containers at Kate Spade, and—of course—the buzzy McDonald’s motif Jeremy Scott employed at Moschino, it appears we’re in for a very tasty fall. Perhaps not into investing a ton about what we’re wagering is a one-season trend? Start planning your DIYs now.
Final fall’s high shoes are sticking around, although they’re not supposed to blend in. In reality, Fall 2014’s knee-high styles are an outfit’s focal point, with many manufacturers deciding on eye-catching colors, interesting designs, and cool details.
It’s most likely a curse to want after that wintertime is such a thing similar to this one, however, if it's, we’ll prepare yourself utilizing the season’s flurry of statement-making, colorful patchwork fur coats. You might think these pieces are hard to pull-off, but if you retain your whole look simple—think a pair of blue jeans and a great top—these can add on a fun, slightly ’70s vibe.
This autumn, gloves takes a backseat into charmingly retro muff, the cylindrical hand-warmer that goes towards 16th century. While Tory Burch smartly attached hers to a strap, and Alexander Wang for Balenciaga attached his to a coat, BCBG took an even more traditional approach. Granted, a muff that’s perhaps not attached to such a thing may not the very best way of females on the run, nonetheless it is a pleasant accessory for a night out.
Whether in cropped coat type, poncho kind, or belted coating type, comfortable plaid outerwear was all over Fall 2014 runways.
Red, purple, purple
If there’s one color tale that’s really poised to shine this fall, it's certainly bold red. Although we did see some red separates, it looks like Fall 2014’s preferred option to use the tone is from head to toe, to extremely attractive result.
Ponchos and blanket coats
From Burberry‘s monogrammed blanket wrap (definitely poised is one of the season’s “It” things) to a little even more boho types, a staggering wide range of developers appropriated the classic poncho into stylized bits of outerwear.
It seems like final fall’s huge pastel red trend is sticking around in a huge means. For Fall/Winter 2014, we’ll be seeing too much red fur, instead of oversized overcoats, but we a sense it’ll capture in equally quickly.