Fall Into Fashion This Year

It might still be winter, but fashionistas everywhere are already planning their Fall wardrobe.  From metallics to military to earth tones the trends for Fall 2012 are new and fresh.  The runways over the two weeks have been full of surprises and two colors that are sure to be a hit are navy and burgundy.  The biggest color combination of New York City’s Fashion Week was navy and black.   But is burgundy the new black?  Everything from wine colored blazers to pants to tunics was showing on the runways and will fill everyone’s closets this Fall.

This year’s show debuted more edgier looks, bold colors mixed with darker, somber shades, slouchy silhouettes, and regal military.  The season is going to be full of bold colors, orange in a darker shade is a favorite and velvet adding texture to dresses and blazers is a must.  Earthier tones can be boring, but not when mixed with faded silk, sequins, lace, and in tandem with geometric patterns.

Metallics and military are making an impact this Fall.  From leather jackets and slit skirts to coats decked in sequins and shiny metals.  Luxury is back, fur collars, sharp shoulders.  The dresses and coats had sharp shoulders paired with thick black belts and color combinations of green, black and shades of red.   Fur collars softened the distinct lines of some of the dresses coming down the runways this season.   Some designers went feminine with chiffon silhouettes and see-through fabrics.

Regardless of your style, coming this Fall there is something for everyone.  From comfortable staples, vintage inspirations, mixtures of fabrics, soft silhouettes, earthy colors, bold colors and the new edgier trends, there is something for everyone.  So get shopping early and be sure to grab all the hottest trends for Fall 2012.

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