Which new trend are you most excited to work into your wardrobe this fall?
Bedford Avenue Vintage
Weekends in Brooklyn’s artsy neighborhoods mean gallery hopping, flea markets and vintage shopping. The word “hipster” has been overused, but we saw the original Bedford neighborhood trendy style take over the runways this season with vintage hues and layered prints. This girl is the furthest thing from normcore and she has the confidence to go along with her bold looks.
Designers were influenced by dark, Victorian looks in a lot of this season’s collections. Did you know Queen Victoria wore black every single day after she lost her Prince Albert in 1861? The timeless combination of dark hues makes a statement and proves you are effortlessly chic. If you accessorize properly people will know your daring look was intentional and you are not going to a funeral.
Be bold and work some creative bohemian prints into your wardrobe this fall. For the free spirit in you, sometimes it just feels good to let your layers hang loose.
This style came to life in the 60s with scooters and rock music and the subculture continued to evolve into the 90s brit pop scene. You can rock this look today with sky-high platform heels, mini skirts and double breasted jackets.
Inspired by the Lolita girl, this trend draws its inspiration from the Rococo, romantic art which emphasizes flowery embellishments, and dreamy pastels. You can imagine this character out to the ballet, shopping on 5th avenue, or sitting at a cafe nibbling on bite-sized pastries.
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