Step aside winter, it’s beginning to look a lot like spring. It’s time to store away the herringbones and plaids, and make room for this season’s biggest pattern trend: polka dots.
While the timeless motif is nothing new, the graphic dot received a chic upgrade for spring. The polka dot made a strong showing at New York Fashion Week in a wide array of high-fashion interpretations. This season, we’re seeing spots come in fresh color palettes, modern silhouettes, and bold graphic prints for a totally modern feel.
Since this spotty trend won’t be slowing down anytime soon, we asked our stylists to share how they would take this spring trend from runway to everyday.
For most, January is a month to reset and refocus. Here at Front Door Fashion, we think the same can and should be applied to your closet. A wardrobe cleanse is great opportunity to remove unnecessary clutter and make way for key, versatile pieces. Trends will come and go, but quality essentials can truly last a lifetime. Today, our stylist Shera S., is going over some of the essential basics you’ll need for your new year closet refresh. With these items, you’ll never have to worry about “not having anything to wear.”
With less than a month until Fall equinox we are already thinking about bundling up into layers of gorgeous cashmere that are already arriving at Front Door Fashion! Fall, for us fashion folk, is the most wonderful time of the year! It’s the time for experimenting with layers and breaking out your favorite leather jacket. While we fashionistas are excited to dive into fall we reluctantly recognize that temperatures are still well into the 80s and 90s until October in some parts of the country (especially here in Texas). So, how do you dress for that awkward transitional season when shorts and sundresses no longer cut it but autumn temperatures haven’t quite arrived?
Don’t get ahead of yourself and pack away your summer-weight items just yet because you can still use them mixed in with layers. The key to dressing for transitional weather is to pair the summer pieces you already have with a few freshly classic fall items like a lightweight blouse, an oversized sweater, a statement jacket and a classic button up.
To help you stay ahead of the curve, we’ve selected several early fall outfits along with styling tips so you’ll be ready when temperatures drop. After all, it’s better to be prepared with a few fall items ready in your closet than to be scrambling at the last minute! The time to starting buying key fall items is now!