As we seen from NYFW Fall 2017 fashion week, that show us many interesting designs on their show. We now have a much better idea of what we’ll all be wearing come fall 2017. 80s styles are coming for this year for sure. So let see what will be the biggest trend in 2017.
Soft and slouchy or trim and tailored, suits were a near-constant feature on the fall runways. And with a panoply of styling options to probe for inspiration—like, say, trading the classic button-down for a graphic tee, as at 3.1 Phillip Lim and Oscar de la Renta—there’s no reason we can’t all harness the power of the pantsuit next season.
Fall’s best party pieces are made for shimmy-shaking. Whether strategically deployed on the hem of a skirt or cascading down the length of a dress, fringe added a sense of playfulness to many collections.
Calling all magpies: designers offered all sorts of ways to dress like the disco ball of your dreams this season, from a slouchy sequin dress worn over a camel turtleneck to a Studio 54-worthy suit covered in over one million Swarovski crystals.
“Self care” may be among the most popular phrases to emerge out of the past year, and on the runway it translated into plush cocoon coats, oversized sweaters, and generous silhouettes. Comfort: one trend we can always get behind.
If there’s one place where the nipple has decidedly been freed, it’s the catwalk. Besides Calvin Klein’s boob-baring sweaters, there were sheer tops at Adam Selman and Zadig & Voltaire, strategically-paneled pieces at Narciso Rodriguez, and new takes on the ever-popular red-carpet naked dress at Prabal Gurung and Jason Wu.
Pick you mom’s pantsuit to prepare yourself for this year, and all metallic pieces are not be out-of-date. Let’s flounce your fringe on the street, who cares?