They are fun and peppy, a little bit of flirt among the body hugging tailoring.
But they can be a bit of a challenge when the question is what to wear them with or how to even wear them. But have no fear, we have seven steps that will get you peplum ready!
Leather isn’t just reserved for your favorite biker or bomber jacket anymore.
Expect to see many wearing something and anything made of leather, from full skirts to entire dresses. Not the usual tough, rock chick aesthetic though. Think soft and beautifully draped, even leather laser cut to look like lace like those found at Valentino.
Anyone else as excited as we are for this trend?
While the name brings gory images to the mind, its actually short for “oxygenated blood,” the color that blood turns when exposed to air; a deep dark red.
It pranced down runways as designers new favorite neutral and has been saturating jackets, pants, shirts and handbags.
Scroll down to see some our favorite ways to wear the trend
Get the skinny on the sexiest trend for fall 2012, and there is nothing skinny about it. Fashion designers have embraced woman’s natural curves and are enhancing them.
Let’s hear it for the (fashionable) boys.
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Word on the street is that the UGG trend has died….and has been reincarnated about 15 times, once every year. UGGs are the zombie’s of shoe fashion. They just never seem to die no matter what you do. And its no wonder why, its difficult to destroy comfy-cozy in the middle of the cold seasons.
Regardless of what you have to say about them, Love ‘em or Hate ‘em, UGG sales are down 31% and the company plans on slashing prices to compensate for the lack of boot sales (the boots start around $135 and are up to $200 for some styles).
Recently, Mindy Kaling reported that her amazingly vibrant wardrobe doesn’t exactly bring the boys to the yard. “I have found it to be true that men tend to not understand or like sequins very much” Kaling admitted in an interview with NPR’s Terry Gross.