As seen at Dries Van Note (below)
The best way to update your Fall wardrobe with the military trend is usually through the classic khaki jacket, but this season Dries Van Noten showed us some alternative ways to work this look through the use of skirts, coats and the classic mac. Wear it with black. Prints or textures will only take away from the simplicity of this look.
4. Fake Fur
As seen at Chanel (below)
Karl Lagerfeld shocked the fashion world with the unusual theme for his most recent F/W show where models displayed his furry creations while walking around giant icebergs flown in specially from Scandinavia . Though this look may seem a bit extreme for your wardrobe – imagine walking into your workplace in any one of the outfits above, but this look can be achieved using jackets with fur trimmings. Fake fur is a neccesity, wearing dead animals is never fashionable no matter who wears it, thankfully Chanel used only fake fur.
As seen at Celine (below)
This look is all about clean, simple lines and minimum details. Black, white and beige are the best colors to achieve this look. If you’re feeling color-deprived try adding a color-popping bag in bright blue or red to achieve a high-fashion look.
2. Shearling Jackets
As seen at Burberry ( below)
This is definitely the ‘it’ item of the season and a true fashionista will make sure this definitely on the top of her Fall fashion wishlist. Not only is it super-stylish, it is also guaranteed to keep you warm through those cold winter evenings. Pair it with skinny jeans and ankle boots or take inspiration from the Burberry catwalk with mid-length skirts and thigh-high boots
1. 1950′s Dresses
As seen at Louis Vuitton ( below)
My personal favourite trend for this season, it’s all about nipped in waists and ankle-length skirts paired with ladylike accessories. Pair your dress with gloves to complete your look and you’re ready to go!