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BY NICOLE ZAKRZEWSKI | PALM HARBOR UNIVERSITY HIGH
This season’s New York Fashion Week, which showcases the fall 2012 collections, hasn’t brought anything innovative or ground-breaking to the fashion industry. Major fashion houses are continuing to cement certain trends that have been around for months, giving your closet a chance to relax for one more season before it’s time to restock.
Felt floppy hats
Mara Hoffman paired nearly all of her looks with a black felt floppy hat, the perfect addition to any drab cool weather look. Retailers such as American Eagle, Forever 21 and even JC Penny have floppy hats in stock. It’s become a practical accessory, especially in the weather that we’ve had in the past week.
A simple neon accessory can bring life to any outfit, and the neon trend is sure to stay beyond 2012. Charlotte Ronson strategically placed bright accents into her looks by knitting neon geometric patterns within her beige sweaters.
Herve Leger by Max Azria as well as Alexander Wang have flawlessly tailored leather garments, knee-high boots to elongated coats. Soft lace and bandage dresses looked edgy with just the touch of a leather garter or a leather blazer.
Burberry Prorsum started the tribal color trend last season, and that’s exactly where Rebecca Minkoff picked up, sharing the exact color scheme of burgundy, mustard and orange. Mara Hoffman took a different approach, lengthening the duration of tribal print popularity by introducing different patterns on blouses and jackets. Nicholas K deserves a mention for an ode to gothic cowboys — somehow they’ve managed to pull off tortoise-shell necklaces, just don’t tell PETA.