4 Ways To Style Gucci's Coolest New Trends Into Your Wardrobe

PHOTO: COURTESY OF GUCCI.
While summer may have just started and all you can think about is buying breezy floral dresses and light off-the-shoulder blouses, some of us are already thinking about how to take our wardrobes to the more temperate months i.e. fall. Considering that the pre-fall (aka transitional) collections have just hit stores this month, bulking up on these lineups will have you set till December.
One of our favorite offerings? Gucci, of course. With a heavy dose of unabashed opulence, designer Alessandro Michele proves that his quirky, maximalism is here to stay. '70s silhouettes, mixed prints, and eccentricity collide—and we are taking note.
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Ahead, some major style inspiration for the coming season. Start incorporating these trends in your wardrobe now to be way ahead of the curve.
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PHOTO: COURTESY OF GUCCI.
Pile It On

Consider this your fashion mantra: The more visual interest the better. Whether it is added accessories or mixed fabrics and prints, it's time to get creative.
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More Is More

Mix embroidery with patchwork (two of the biggest trends of the last few seasons) for a wacky, look-at-me ensemble. For a modern take, make like Michele and look for motifs with modern touches like this ferocious panther print.
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In Need Of Knit

There is a reason why knitwear is a tried and true staple—it's a throw-on-and-go kind of piece. But store your solids this season, and take a page from Gucci's playbook with a statement knit. Think of your cardigan or sweater as a conversation starter.
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Make Sportswear Sumptuous

Gucci takes athleisure to the next level by putting their own luxurious and richly-hued spin on it. Incorporate more tactile fabrics such as leather and velour, and don't hold back on accessories! Break out the belt purse and throw on a pair of heels for evening to make it feel more runway over running errands.
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