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It sporty and tailored. But then again, it sexy and feminine. Or maybe it both . . . in one look.
There a wide berth of fashion trends for fall/winter 2016 that will tempt you to shop and maybe even splurge. the romantic end of the spectrum put together with a little more whimsy and personal style, says Adam Glassman, creative director of O, The Oprah Magazine, about the season charmingly mix and matched looks. the season is eclectic, it not a hot mess eclectic, he adds, noting that menswear is also part of the fall season for women (think natty materials, plaids and pinstripes). this year it is a little more playful with unexpected fabric and texture combinations along with athleisure concepts like track pants in luxe fabrics. To add a dollop of pretty to it all, find crop of dark fall flowers which are a little bit Goth, he says.
Adds Brooke Jaffe, Bloomingdale fashion director of ready to wear, 2016 is an incredible fusion of opulent textures and fabrics mixed with casual elements. It is the perfect season to mix high and low. The fashion runways were all about mixing sporty and casual looks with dressy pieces. Hottest on her hit parade? bomber jacket is my number one pick for fall. It is the essential layering piece. Also high on her list, velvet. Velvet was one of the key fabrics to emerge this Fashion Week. don just go along with trend for trends sake, Glassman says. things that make you feel alive and beautiful, but do step out of your comfort zone. Every few years you need to shake up your wardrobe and go for a little reinvention. Here are some ways to do just that.
Velvet, by many accounts, is the season must have. The two easiest ways to incorporate it is by adding a shoe or a blazer, says Adam Glassman of O The Oprah Magazine. has a suede or leather shoe in their life, so velvet is new, and you can get three seasons out of a blazer. You can dress it up for the holidays, but it also fantastic with a pair of skinny jeans. You can even just add the strap to any bag.