Well, we’re here it’s finally fall. Now, we can finally incorporate those trends we saw for this upcoming season during March fashion week. One major trend among designers was ’70s-inspired silhouettes, fabrics and prints. One show in particular that I enjoyed was Chloé pre-fall 2015. The show itself has such an array of fabrics, textures and patterns while the silhouettes were structured yet feminine. It is their color palette that I’m partial too. Gorgeous autumnal neutrals combined with the classics black, white and gray. I have probably expressed my love for neutral colors on the space many times before, but here it is again. I love to mix a neutral color palette within my personal style and the looks from the Chloé show inspired me.
Texture and color are the two aspects of the runway that I tried to emulate in my look. Now, my outfit is geared towards warm weather because in Ohio we’re still reaching high temperatures, but I would be throwing more layers on in a perfect world. I paired a sleeveless striped tank top with a lovely high-waisted vintage suede skirt. I really love these two pieces separately and together. Worn together they work very well at emulating the neutral color palette of the show and varied texture among the fabrics. Separately these pieces work well at transitioning for fall. The striped tank can be layered under cardigans and the suede skirt can be worn over tights. To finish off my look, I threw on my pair of trusty Converse All-Stars and a small cross-body bag.