We’ve compiled the major, upcoming 2012 Fall/Winter trends in hopes that you’ll be inspired for the cooler seasons. Start wishing for that hot chocolate -by -the -fire -weather!
Baroque (click here to read full post)
Capes and Cloaks (click here to read full post)
Red (click here to read full post)
School Girl Chic (click here to read full post)
Which trend can you picture yourself rockin’ this fall season?
This is the third post in our Fall/Winter 2012 Trends series. We’ll be taking a look at upcoming Fall/Winter fashions, and will give you a better understanding of each trend as well as an easy way to rock them. Get your notebooks out…
Think powerful, stimulating, passionate
- Red is the warmest color on the color wheel
- Studies have shown red to have a physical effect – increasing respiration and heart rate, raising blood pressure
- Red is used to attract good luck in China, brides wear it in the East, and in South Africa it is the color of mourning
What to expect:
- Fabrics including fur, leather, and velvet of course
- Red lips
- light coral to jewel tone reds
- Red everything: shoes, bags, trench coats, dresses, jewelery, gloves, small details
- attention grabbing
How to wear it
Red is the perfect pop of color. It hints at confidence, and even danger. Pair your little black dress with a pair of red pumps, or swipe some red lipstick over that pouty mouth. Go all out with a red trench coat. Wear some crimson velvet leggings under that ripped band tee. From sophisticated to grunge, red will help you out no matter your style. When in doubt, combine red with white and black for a classic look.
How you do it
Channel this trend with our Coral Studded Blazer (COMING SOON)!!
Will you try this bold color?
Stay tuned for our next installment of Fall/Winter 2012 Trends. Read the first post here.
This is a guest post by 16 year old blogger and fashion enthusiast, Tatiana. She resides in Southern California, and when she’s not scoping out the newest trends hot off the runway, she’s obsessing over Harry Potter, shoes, and clothes. You can follow her on her Tumblr, check out her style on her lookbook, and read all about the latest trends on her Blog.
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Miley Cyrus at the Hunger Games premiere in Emilio Pucci and an ombre hair color!
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Ombre dyed tunic at Ambry Lane
What’s something that totally outraged this past season? Ombre everything! From hair to shirts to pants to dresses and even tights, it’s ombre! Even yours truly has an ombre hairstyle (red, pink, and purple with my natural brown hair if you were wondering). It’s the newest trend both on the runway and on the streets! It gives an artsy tone and it’s visually appealing, even here at Ambry Lane we have the ombre blue tunic that can give your simple jeans and tee outfit more of an edge. Also in the previous post, They Left us at the Circus, filled with inspirational pictures of the ever cool Charlotte Free, she’s rocking her pink ombre hair! Have you given ombre a try? If you haven’t, will you?