This year, autumn has been defined by the eclectic boundary-pushing silhouettes in seemingly familiar trends. From velvet to silk, shimmer to metallic, here’s what your fashion stars hold for you in 2017.
50 shades of green
The obsession with kale, emerald, sea green and the likes is real when it comes to fashion. It has quickly extended to everyone’s wardrobes with the hue becoming the hottest colour of the year. It is flattering for all skin tones and the emerald tone looks like a million bucks when worn formally.
Shine bright like a diamond
Wedding season is nothing if not the time for an overload of sparkly dresses (as it should be) but avoid dressing like a total disco ball. A beautiful sheer and shimmer dress with intricate detailing is great to break any overwhelmingly common trend, adding a refined edge to a festive dress.
Slippin’ in style
The ‘90s favourite slip dress has been around since spring but is more romantic and lavish than ever. Mix a bold and vibrant dress with a leather jacket and block heels to counter the softness and make heads turn.
Light as a feather
Leave fringes and frills behind and opt for fluffy faux feathery accessories that exude party-ready elegance. If you’re feeling bold, then pair your feather extensions with a matching dress or tone down the look with subdued hues and cuts.
The versatile lace never goes out of fashion. For summer, it was romantic and fresh, and now for the colder and drier weather, it returns in darker and sassier forms. The contemporary take on lace dresses is trans-seasonal with varied textures that will earn you extra style points at any occasion. Pair yours with a leather jacket thrown over the shoulder or just as it is to make a statement.
Induce romance into your festive wear by picking a statement dress woven with whimsical embroideries, as spotted on runways across the world. Team your folk-inspired decorative dress with a matching ethnic clutch and incorporate a similar palette into your make-up with cheerful hues to complement your outfit.
Taking it a notch higher
A fresh take on the whole metallic business, introducing pleats to your ensemble will definitely make for a much younger and more energetic look. The metallic pleats in lighter and voluminous textiles are super versatile and look good on everyone.
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