Every fall tartan prints are a popular trend, but we've noticed that this historically Scottish design is more popular than ever this year. We're seeing this plaid on everything from bold blazers, skin-grazing pencil skirts, and as a decorative panel on satchels, and we're not complaining! This print is bold and stylish while remaining classic. Invest in a tartan printed item this fall and you'll be wearing it for years to come. 1. Moschino Tartan Peplum Riding Jacket $2,020 2.
The right pair of shades can add an immense sense of glamour, mystery, and intrigue to a celebrity, and there are certain fashion icons that are definitely known for their eyewear. You will never see Anna Wintour at a runway show without her signature rectangle frames, it wouldn't have been the early 2000's without the huge butterfly shades Paris Hilton made famous, and we can't even imagine Breakfast at Tiffany's without the classic cat-eye sunglasses Audrey Hepburn wore. Try a modern take
The bootie, or low ankle boot, is a must have shoe for fall. They somehow look amazing with almost anything and are a sure fire way to help transition the more summer-y skirts and dresses to cooler temps. There's a huge variety of bootie trends out there, but one of our favorites that we've seen emerging this season is the cut-out. Whether it's on a low heel, wedge, or high heel, designers are creating angular designs through the use of cutting pieces out. During the early fall wear
There's nothing better than looking chic and polished while remaining comfortable and casual. However, that's easier said than done. Take a cue from Rihanna and dress up skinny pants and a sweater with a statement necklace, a leather bag, and a fierce pair of heels or flats. By using accessories with eye-catching colors and details, a simple sweater and pants combo is elevated to a full fledged super stylish outfit. We especially love the high quality and timeless design of J.Crew accessories,
1. Midriff Keep up with that core conditioning ladies, the midriff baring crop top is here to stay for spring. 2. Midi Statement Skirt Next spring will be all about the midi skirt, from high slits to a-line volume, a shin grazing skirt will be the main focus of ensembles. 3. Sheer Sport A sport influence continues to be a major trend for spring, especially sweatshirts and tees lightened up with sheer elements. 4. Lighter than Air Ruffles From necklines to hemlines,
Marie Claire creative director and Project Runway judge Nina Garcia wore Google's latest product, Google Glass to New York Fashion Week Spring 2014. While wearing Google's latest tech gadget, which is set to launch next year, may be trendy in Silicon Valley, this kind of expensive eye-wear is definitely not what the world of high fashion is used to. However, we can see why wearable technology would be a fashion editor or blogger's dream during the hectic days of back to back shows and presentations