The adorned little black dress transforms into a rich, sophisticated piece when combined with gold embroidery and gold jewelry.
Boca Raton (PRWEB) August 31, 2012
As summer starts dwindling down, fall fashion is just beginning to make its scene. Hitting the runways, leading fashion magazines, and popular fashion blogs is a preview of what everyone is expected to be wearing for the next few months. The 2012 fall fashion trends are bringing back re-invented old favorites like vintage embroidery, white looks acceptable to wear after Labor Day, and neutral classic colors shown in the military look.
Embroidery is no longer restricted to nice linens as this vintage design has proven to be a popular crowd pleaser adding new dimensions to the classic looks. Embroidered patterns are considered a style accessory as it adds a contrasting pop of color, textured depth, and an endless array of designs. The adorned little black dress transforms into a rich, sophisticated piece when combined with gold embroidery and gold jewelry.
White is no longer dismissed after Labor Day. Warm, creamy off-whites and ivory tones are being worn head to toe this fall. Fashion blogger Ana Kondenko of Le Procrastinista says, “create an approachable and inviting look while maintaining the classic chicness of white by flaunting non-traditional whites like warm vanilla sugar and creamy off-whites. Topping off your wardrobe with a white pea coat will make you look like a million bucks.”
The fashion industry is paying homage to our troops by introducing the military trend. Known as a “wear anywhere” style featuring earthy tones like dark greens and browns to tiny details and buttons, this new trend will add poise and strength to anyone flaunting it.
This article was written by Aubrey Swanson. Aubrey is the Lead Stylist and Social Media Marketer at GalleryAtlantic.com.