Lookbook September 2013 Spree
welp it’s clear that CROPTOPS are in
(the modest go for tanktops that show a bellybutton over a wide skirt
maybe throw a jacket on to tone it all down
while others will go for a maxi skirt and bra sized thing.
some might do a normal looking thick top tucked into a long/high skirt, but the back flutters out and short
gooo! be unique! – marriki s
or you could go for the swimsuit not swimsuit: josephine g
and other less modest but super cool things, literally)
THINK: REDEFINING THE EDGES OF OUR CLOTHING.
because ankles/knees and hips/collarbone are just so boring.
especially that line at the hip. it bores me to death. I LIKE THIS KAY?)
and CUTOUT dresses. it doesn’t even have to be cutout, just
crisp and printed looking:
or maybe both crisp printed AND cutout:
cutout shirts too have been going around.
and there are some pretty unique ways to cut around things
which also infers snazzy overalls
fedoras are seen everywhere bleh
low heeled ankle boots were never really out
black LEATHER has seen a comeback in shirts/dresses/skirts alike. it’s just a different texture. lolol jumpsuits even
varsity items never go out of fashion it seems.
on that black leather jacket croptop and fedora and high loose pants: natalie l
low cut tanktops, preferably showing a little bit of a plain bra
has been everywhere on campus, before the weather snapped.
big cutesy collars are going to be a big thing
as well as impact sweaters with IMPACT PRINTS
people are trying to work with massive print/painting cloth and it’s really weird but interesting at the same time?
this summer, there have been some pretty snazzy prints. psychedelic palmtrees and birds have been a thing on bags and shirts and other things.
prime example of sprucing up a solid colored piece of clothing using large prints rather than textures. french fry skirts are yes, a thing, btw.
this print reminds me of zentangles; I love it. The shape of the jacket also has my nod. but it could’ve been a little edgier
btw more prints?
I’m feeling super iffy about the vector print dresses. It’s just too much. The way to rock those solid lines is, that’s right, add some flow, and keep the accent piece as an accent.
it seems I wasn’t lying when I was talking about palm tree prints earlier in the summer
but hey. hey. hey. it’s getting cold out there and it’s time to think JACKETS
what is this shape even
(just to bring up the slouchy printed jacket again)
and oversized native printed jackets
and oversized really warm jackets
and oversized plush animal print jackets from last year
and thick oversized coats
and once you pick it out you can just throw stuff together.