Header Affirmation 4 – FASHION SHOWS/RUNWAY
Header Affirmation 4 – FASHION SHOWS/RUNWAY

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  • Get ahead of the curve: 4 top trends Paris Fashion Week Spring 2014 to try now because YOU can!

    Runway to your way now with these in store finds

    Runway to your way now with these in store finds

    Cheat Sheet to Style! Fresh from Paris runways come the 4 TopTrends Paris Fashion Week highlights from the Spring 2014 Collections + how YOU can steal the look NOW!

    Listen up, wanna know the easiest way to look super stylish & save money?

    Get THE look ahead of the curve. Why wait for next season? Really, why?

    You can find these trends way before the runway collections hit the stores next spring, maybe even on a sale rack. Style it up. Look gorgeous. Be inspired. It’s all in these super chic details that are lurking online as we speak.

    As warm as it currently is this season, the Spring 2014 Paris shows already have us eager to try some of the Top Trends that made an impact on the runways. And from Paris, you can always count on jaw droppingly new propositions that are certain to become future classics.

    Valentino Spring 2014

    Valentino Spring 2014

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    We’ve culled + curated, runway after runway (someone has to do it, big smile) & here’s our take on the 4 top trends Paris Fashion Week that you can freshen up your wardrobe with before the rest of the fashion pack.


    1) Gold Jewelry-

    Balmain Spring 2014

    Balmain Spring 2014

    Seen at: Balmain, Valentino, Alexander McQueen

    Make it Yours: Mid-range in scale, gold jewels and elements added a sense of decadence to many of the season’s best looks. From Valentino’s heavily gold detailed accessories to Balmain’s 90′s era chunky updated chains, going gold hasn’t looked so right for Spring in quite a long time. So go ahead and pull out your favorite pieces that are just so, and never too loud. Shop statement gold jewelry now:

     

    2) Fringe Details-

    Valentino Spring 2014

    Valentino Spring 2014

    Seen at: Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Celine, Junya Watanabe Make it Yours: What started in New York continued to make a statement on runways throughout Europe as fringe elements made a splash on some of our favorite runways. We liked Valentino’s fringed bags best as they allow you to take advantage of the trend in the least challenging of ways. Shop fringe details now:

    3) Metallic Finishes-

    Rochas Spring 2014

    Rochas Spring 2014

    Seen at: Dries Van Noten, Rochas, Nina Ricci, Christian Dior

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    Make it Yours: In Paris, metallic finishes and fabrications made even the simplest of day dresses radiate with a glamorous sense of decoration. Even white cotton shirt dresses could be seen awash in silver foil appliques, which will help you standout in a sea of pastels. We were particularly fond of Dries Van Noten’s white tank dress finished with gold foil ruffles as it was a truly unexpected take on a classic. Shop the metallic look now:

     

    4) Rethought Pleated Skirts-

    Celine Spring 2014

    Celine Spring 2014

    Seen at: Celine, Rochas, Christian Dior Make it Yours: Breezey pleated skirts made a mark on many a runway for Spring this time around in gauzy fabrications with sophisticated design features. From classic shapes to asymmetrical, an emphasis on print and color-blocking made the seasonal standby look new. Take a cue from the collections and look for plays on print for a energized twist. Shop rethought, modern pleated skirts now:

     

    Gold, pleats, metallic, or fringe? Tell us, which of the 4 top trends Paris Fashion Week inspired, will you be wearing NOW??? Put your two cents in the comments below… dying to hear.

    >>DISCOVER: Spring 2014 Style Tips & Advice to Try Now

    Published on October 05, 2013

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