These striking and fierce looks are both on-trend and perfect for the Singapore weather!
The latter part of the year typically calls for a great deal of layering, but in Singapore’s tropical heat, all we can do is daydream about donning lavish coats that grace the runways on Fashion Week. There’s no reason to fret though, because the season isn’t absent of stylish trends that works for unforgiving temperatures. Curious to see how you can adapt Fall/Winter 2015 trends here? We’ve picked out some notable ones that you can take inspiration from together with some offerings that you can find online!
“The bolder the better” is a seemingly apt motto for the season, with the way the fashion world has gone hungry for vivid prints. Half the fun lies in scouring for these graphic threads, while the other half comes in the form of mixing bold pieces into the same outfit, effectively turning you into a walking statement.
Runway image by Jonathan Saunders, Jumper by H&M, Shorts by Topshop
That ’70s Vibe
The ’70s was an iconic era for fashion, so it’s no surprise the style has spun its way back into trend. Florals and flares were the most memorable wares of the decade, as they continue to be this Fall, alongside a vintage colour palette filled with earthy tones. So take a trip back in time girls!
If you’re wondering just what on earth geek chic is, think Margot Tenenbaum. It’s an odd mix of upscale vibes with a minute vintage flair, paired with plastic framed glasses to top off the look. This just happens to be fashion’s most anticipated trend, so we urge you to swiftly hop onboard!
Runway image by Chistopher Kane, Shoes by Femmoss at Zalora, Bag by Asos
Suede & Velvet
It’s all about lush textures this season, with velvet and suede clinching top spots for Fall’s most coveted materials. Since the holidays are also soon coming around, they make for ideal options if you’re in search for a more formal outfit.
Runway image by Saint Laurent, Shoes by E.Eight at Solestruck, Pants by H&M
Punk Meets Glam
Punk’s not dead, and it probably never will be, with the way it keeps circling the fashion circuit year after year. The trend is usually dark and dreary, but this time fashionistas have deemed it fit to add in a hint of glamour.
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