One of our favorite trends this season is the trippy prints that were seen all over the runways for Fall 2014. Bold and bright retro 60’s and 70’s psychedelic prints are everywhere and are actually very easy to wear. Stick to choosing one piece that will be the statement so that your look doesn’t get too busy. A statement printed blouse like the Crystal 2 Top by Trina Turk is a great way to dip your toes into this trend. The bold orange and fuchsia in such a fun mixed geometric print make this blouse really stand out. The blouse looks more relaxed by tying it in the front and rolling up the sleeves. We kept with the retro vibe and paired the top with a flared jean in gray by J Brand and some suede heels. A bright red pair of Kendra Scott studs finish this look by adding another pop of color. You can also wear this blouse to the office with a great pencil skirt and blazer, just let the blouse be the standout piece. A classic clutch by Rebecca Minkoff in Latte is a neutral handbag that will go with anything!
Who says you can’t wear neon in the Fall? The Mara Hoffman Tee Shift Dress is electrifying in neon blue, purple and green with a camel print that looks as if its made of neon lights. Gray boots by Malene Birger and a Rebecca Minkoff Quilted Bag in Neon Violet are the perfect accents. M. Patmos makes a beautiful fur snood that will instantly make you feel glamorous!
You will turn heads when you walk into the room wearing the Nanette Lepore Handloom Shift Dress. The magnificent print in pink and teal match perfectly with this amazing bib necklace by Megan Park. This look is minimal, but will certainly be one everyone will remember. This is a dress that you can style so many different ways and wear to so many different events. Throw on a pair of boots and a vest for a cute, day look or wear it with a blazer for the office.
This Fall don’t be afraid to reach for these brightly colored pieces to spice up your wardrobe. You can wear them just as you would wear your typical Fall colors and with them.