Throughout the month of February, fashion’s elite travel around the world to witness the latest work of the most famous haute couture houses. Tom Ford and Kate Spade started the whirlwind month in New York, Victoria Beckham exhibited her work in London, Versace continued in Milan, and Off-White concluded the month in Paris. While the clothing designed by these couture ateliers are high end and not meant to be worn every day, expect to find many of these designers inspiring the street trends for the next few months. Below are some of the most popular trends found at fashion month at some affordable prices to help keep you on top of your style game.
If you want to stand out in a crowd, neon is the way to go. Glow in a full neon outfit or amplify a minimalistic look with a few neon accessories. For those who don’t want to spend a lot, a neon manicure is an easy way to embrace the trend.
Metallics are a great way to shine without being too loud. They have the ability to either toughen up or soften down a look so that you can easily express yourself.
Runways around the globe had clothing ready to fly away with all of their feathers. If you want to incorporate some of these avante garde pieces into your everyday looks, try wearing neutral colors or use the feathers as statement accessories.
Designers use animal prints as a fun yet chic way to spice up an outfit. This trend could be worn in a variety of ways, from tops in bright, crazy colors to minimalistic and realistic looking shoes
Gone are the days of boring neutral leather as designers are embracing the candy colored tones. When wearing these bright (p)leather options on the weekends, you will be able to toughen up your look while keeping it light with the rainbow hues.
This ‘60s trend is coming back in a big way this fall. This trend could be mixed up with denims, whites, or worn all on it’s own, and, if you don’t want to spend a lot of money while still staying stylish, you can easily DIY this at home.
Designers are keeping it simple with this monochromatic trend. By layering up separates of the same (or similar) color, you can easily clean up and elevate any look.
The color blocking technique was seen on many runways this past month as it is an easy way to draw people’s eyes to multiple aspects of a singular look. This can be done by separating a look, or even one garment, into multiple sections and then placing a single color or pattern into each “block.”