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Like the Breton stripe and polka dots, camouflage is a neutral in our book. But, as Carven and Valentino proved for spring, and Michael Kors and Missoni echoed for fall, the wear-with-everything pattern also has the potential to go way beyond basic.
Forgoing your typical light-tan-and-olive palette in favor of electric blue and fuschia mixes, the rugged print is more eye-catching than ever right now. Click through to see what we mean and shop rad dresses, bags, shoes, and more just begging to be seen. Take the look out of the barracks and into business casual — the only thing you won't be able to do? Blend in.
It’s Fashion Theory 101: Even though there’s been little to indicate that hem lengths have anything to do with the economy, it’s a connection that people point to as evidence that fashion and society are innately connected. When times are good, skirts get shorter; during hard times, lengths get lengthier (never mind read
Shoes. Let's get some shoes. No, seriously. We pretty much want everything we spotted on the streets of NYC during Fashion Week. Shoes can make or break an outfit. And, that's why, this season more than ever, showgoers brought their A game in the footwear department.
Normcore invaded the street style scene this year, read