Fall Fashion is still in, but with a LOT of Spring Fashion......
Forget fall; fashion designers and their inner circles have moved on to spring. They recently made their predictions of what the hot looks will be during New York Fashion Week. The big story is skirts and nice glitter, sheer, embroidered tops to dress you up for fall.
According to Fashion Pros Cindi Leive, Glamour's editor in chief said that she understands skirts are selling well for fall so it seems like a good decision. There is a skirt out there for every woman, whether it's the full, short or mini skirt. Leive suggested that you can always dress up a skirt with a glitter, sheer or embroidered top like these below
Glitter, Sheer, and embroidered clothing has been around since the late 70's. It has and always will be an easy way to dress up anything. You have seen sheer dresses on the runways especially during big events ex. The Grammys, The Emmys, MTV Video Awards that is usually the big target that stars go for because it is very flattering, fitting, sexy, and it happens to be very inexpensive with whatever brand you tend to lean towards.
Here are some Nightclub Fashion Don'ts according to Boston Heralds
>A guy should never wear shiny pants.'' - Fabiana Souza
>It's OK to mix dressy and casual pieces, but don't go too extreme. "I once saw a girl wearing a white dress and it was silk - very dressed up - with red sneakers. It was terrible, terrible, terrible.'' - Souza
>Don't stretch it: "It's always kind of funny seeing people wear lycra.'' - Alex Peterson
"There was a guy that was wearing clam-diggers and a wife beater. The last thing a girl wants to do is talk to a guy with clam-digger pants on.'' - Heather Walker
"The old-school Seattle look doesn't fly. The garage band look is coming back (but it doesn't work in the club scene).'' - T.J. Douglas
"Don't dress like you're going out to the club and don't do the opposite, (find a middle ground).'' - Courtney Clawson
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