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We’re helping decode the high fashion of fall/winter 2013, giving you an easy way to copy the trends and designer looks without the crazy prices and even crazier execution.
If you’re like us, your desire to wear the looks straight from the runways is outweighed by your budget. Nonetheless, you’ve got to satisfy your style cravings somehow this fall, and all the Pumpkin Spice Lattes in the world can’t help that. This Emilio Pucci runway looks brings fall’s pastel coat trend to meet the season’s leather looks and we have the picks so you can copy it for less.
You read that right — this entire runway look can be yours for less than $100, and your secret’s safe with us when people ask you how you stay styled in such luxury. The Giles runway look is one of many preppy, nineties-inspired looks we’ve been loving lately on celebs like Katy Perry. Make the look your own with our picks.
Fashion alert — we think we’ve figured out what the outfit of fall 2013 is. If one were to look back on this season, we’re deciding they would most remember the baggy trouser and slouchy knit pullover combo. This silhouette might have stepped right off the runway and into our wardrobe, but celebs and models alike are joining the rest of the world in styling these staples together.
What’s one of the easiest fall trends to add to your wardrobe without breaking the budget? Add one or two military inspired pieces in leather and earthy greens to your existing pieces in polished cream, white and black, and you will be right on trend. Designers from Tibi to Rachel Roy and of course the always edgy Phillip Lim gave us inspiration to want to inject this trend into our look right now, and turns out it’s not as tough as it looks.
Fall’s new look is all about blending modern with classic, and pulling back on the accessories to reveal an effortless vibe. Sixties era silhouettes meet today’s minimalism as designers paired simple staples together in luxe hues and fabrics. This look screams luxury without the over the top trends, making it a look perfect for professional (and fashionable) women.
Want to be far ahead of fashion’s curve? We’ve deciphered the biggest trends for spring 2014 from the latest runway shows and fashion weeks, and we can’t wait to show them off.
We can’t wait to wear his name on our labels for less with the Target line. For now, though, you can copy the Phillip Lim aesthetic with this fun look.
The colour of the year has far from faded into the past as we see an evolution of emerald for fall fashion. Pantone picked the enviable hue as its choice for 2013 shade of the year, and while the colour has taken on winter, spring and summer in different incarnations, we’re loving the regality of emerald this autumn.
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