Trend colors in the winter tend to adapt to the weather in that cold season. But on the same time they do the contrary. Therefore grey is still an absolute trend during winter this year but so are turquoise and magenta. Of course we wanted to know how to combine them properly! And discovered some inspirations on https://www.foxs-mode.de/de/
Styled for the holidays is totally fine with us but in between we prefer to have it comfy. For Christmas and New Year’s Eve we love to dress up but otherwise cozy is trend for the last days of the year . For our day to day winter wear our closets contain mostly woolen and warm winter clothes. Not at all glamorous! But both is possible! Properly equipped we will easily get by during and between the holidays. Thanks to www.taifun.com
Whenever I am wearing a dress from my friend Annett Möller people approach me. “It fits so perfectly!” is what they say every time. Even though it was actually an emergency situation which forced the RTL-host to design her own dresses. She told us in person how it all happened and why her label AMCO Fashion has turned into her second child.
Velvet is unlike more comforting on our skin than almost any other fabric. So we are lucky that is in trend during this cold season. But for a touch of coolness you need to clash the styles.
Fabric jumble is SO hot! Since the most recent Gucci collection we all know that everything is allowed in the fashion industry. Neon clashes with muted colors, stripes with plaids, baggy with tight-fitting pieces, rough with delicate. The more you dare the better which makes it a real challenge! Especially because there are a few rules that we should consider otherwise we might not look cool but comical. To achieve that goal we had great help from Lecomte. And with basics from our closets we can show you combinations that you can easily copy!
The boho look was totally hip during summer, now in fall it is still highly hyped. I love this trend because it is easy and has that cool hippie look plus it is mostly extremely comfortable. And it becomes every woman! Somehow the flowing dresses and clashing with the style conveys a bit of a festival mood. And there are so many color variations that any fashionista will find her style! Now let’s get started with my favorite boho looks which I assorted all in my precious Showroom Berlin store for you.
Brocat fabrics were looked at being prissy for a long time, but this fall it is THE fabric trend which gives day to day looks a royal touch. Brocat is a heavy silk fabric which used to be for royals only! This season, though, it celebrates its royal comeback. I composed a few outfits for you at the Showroom my favourite fashion boutique in Berlin.
1. Brocat – dressed up
More is more – at least concerning my first outfit which I would chose for an afterwork party. I combined the brocat skirt by Marc Cain with a bouclé top. That looses it up a little and picks up the current mixed patterns trend. The turtle neck with the collar variation makes it youthful and up to date. Besides sling pumps and a clutch (with a gold clip) in the same color as the skirt. All I need now to be a real brocat princess is a coronet! All pieces by Marc Cain.
2. Brocat – dressed down
I would go to the office in this combination especially as the boots from Marc Cain ttps://www.marc-cain.com/ are supercomfy. This makes brocat suitable for daily use! With the skirt goes a comfy cashmere turtle neck and a long black coat by Strenesse. The solid boots round out the picture and grant a glamourous entry for the skirt. Tada!
If you want to style brocat for the street you should chose only one brocat piece at a time and add plain clothes to it! The fabric itself is swanky enough. Plus the skirt can be combined with all kinds of other pieces. Which makes it from now on my favourite must-have!
Every year people from all over the world pilger to Munich to party in dirndl dresses and lederhosen. This time between September 16th and October 3rd. And that’s expensive! The prices for one Maas beer or the traditional grilled chicken rise annually and to wear a really stylish dirndl dress can cost a fortune. But there is a clever alternative.