New York’s Fashion Week is a global authority when it comes to fashion trends, that’s no secret. It’s always exciting to see what kind of innovative fashion we can expect to see gracing the streets during each upcoming season. This year in February, designers gave us a sneak peak on what to expect this Fall of 2013. Well, now is the time to start implementing those looks and trends into our closets and projects. If you’re starting on sewing projects for fall and are looking for some trendy ideas, check out these trends that were big for fall 2013 at Fashion Week this year:
This retro style is still in style this fall season! Whether you’re going with the classic and bold plaid patterns or a more neutral style, incorporating plaid into your clothing projects is sure to score you a place with fashion-forward individuals this year.
2.) Winter Whites
Don’t shy away from creating clothing items that feature white as their main (or only) color just because it’s after Labor Day. Whites are still in as the weather cools down and winter whites are a strikingly attractive and pretty.
Velvet is such a classic fabric and adds a very beautiful look to any clothing item. Bows and other accents and patterns are a great way to incorporate the material to your next shirt or dress.
Skirts, jackets, dresses, and more. Leather is most certainly not just for bikers. This versatile fabric is extremely trendy and a great addition to any clothing item.
No matter what season you’re in, lace always seems to make an appearance; fall is no exception! This fall, expect to see a lot of lacy patterns added to shirts and dresses.