Is it just me, or do designers always seem more innovative with their autumn collections than with their spring collections? Maybe it’s because there's less fabric to work with for spring, but the clothes always seem unoriginal. In the words of Miranda Priestly, “Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking.”
Spring clothes never seem to change. It’s florals, pastels and hippie-inspired festival fashion almost exclusively as soon as the weather warms up. Not that I’m complaining — I like cutoffs and gladiator sandals as much as the next girl — but for me, spring and summer lack the inspiration that fall looks seem to have.
Okay, rant over.
These past few weeks designers showcased some really awesome looks for fall/winter at Paris Fashion Week (the only fashion week that truly matters). They almost make me crave winter again. Almost.
Velvet, shearling and mini dresses paired with long coats are all going to be insanely popular next fall (or this spring if you do it before warm weather hits). It’s all about fun textures and interesting layers.
Here are some of my favorite looks from Paris Fashion Week:
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