NYC Fashion Week trends

The best of spring 2014

February 21st, 2014

Proenza Schouler-- Graphic B&W

Proenza Schouler-- Graphic B&W

Carolina Herrera--- Graphic B&W

Carolina Herrera--- Graphic B&W

DVF--- Graphic B&W

DVF--- Graphic B&W

Carolina Herrera--- Graphic B&W .jpg

Carolina Herrera--- Graphic B&W .jpg

Ralph Lauren--- Graphic B&W

Ralph Lauren--- Graphic B&W

BCBG Max Azria--- The New Lace

BCBG Max Azria--- The New Lace

Oscar De La Renta--- The new Lace

Oscar De La Renta--- The new Lace

Ralph Lauren--- Sporty

Ralph Lauren--- Sporty

Reed Krakoff- Sporty

Reed Krakoff- Sporty

Thakoon--- Sporty

Thakoon--- Sporty

Victoria Beckham--- Sporty

Victoria Beckham--- Sporty

Derek Lam--- The Lighter Side

Derek Lam--- The Lighter Side

Marchesa--- The Lighter Side Gown

Marchesa--- The Lighter Side Gown

Proenza Schouler--- The Lighter Side

Proenza Schouler--- The Lighter Side

Marchesa--- The Lighter Side 2.jpg

Marchesa--- The Lighter Side 2.jpg

BCBG Max Azria--- The Lighter Side

BCBG Max Azria--- The Lighter Side

When it comes to looking at the Spring 2014 Fashion Trends, why not look at them directly from the New York Fashion Week Runway?  While some women may find it intimidating to translate runway fashion to everyday wear, we are here to help!  We want to make being runway stylish, everyday attainable.

 

This New York Fashion Week trends ran quite diverse, showing: Graphic Black & White (B&W), Sporty Chic, The NEW Lace, and The Lighter Side (Pastels).  Check out the slide show above to see them in action.  Bold Prints and Saturated Primary Colors were also impossible to miss on the runway. 

 

Prints (Bold), and Colors (Saturated Primary and B&W), were not the only distinctive elements to be seen this fashion week, but NEW Dress Lengths!  Many collections showcased both floor length and mid-calf dresses and skirts.  Don't let them get the best of you! Go try them on it is the only way to find out what works for your body type.

 

 The Sporty Chic Trouser holds unlimited potential to quickly to become a new staple.  Designers offered options in both full and cropped lengths, making them accessible to everyone.  The Sporty Chic movement is also providing inspiration for shoes, bringing back pointy toe flats and Sassy Sneakers!

 

Whether your style is feminine soft, bright and bold or classic B&W, this spring 2014 is offering every woman a chance to shine.

 

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