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Styles to Sew for Fall 2022Colors, fabrics, and silhouettes for the season
It’s been a style journey for us over the past couple of years as we swapped our “outside” clothes for loungewear, but fashion has made a triumphant return this year. Fall 2022 introduces a splendid combination of traditional fashion staples (blazers, wool pieces, camel and warm neutrals) along with a sprinkle of whimsy. You’ll see a handful of trends that combine comfortable classics with fresh ideas, reflecting our readiness to get back out into the world and be dressed again. There’s still a sense of practicality that threads everything together—the mood is one of clothes that are meant to live in. But you’ll find elevated details such as embellishment or a well-placed bow, like the ones seen at Valentino and Schiaparelli.
This season, pair slouchy denim with a sparkly top, or pop on an embellished sheer blouse with a leather or faux-leather skirt. Fashion is one of the best reflections we have of the current state of the world, and a playful sense of style is a direct reaction to the many months we spent in loungewear. Designers are referencing the opulence of the Roaring Twenties alongside the modern, post-pandemic sensibilities of cozy pieces and versatile classics. We’re emerging from our cocoons, and the Fall 2022 season meets the moment in wearable, easy-to-move-in pieces that elevate the everyday into something special.
Deep and bold hues
Traditional autumnal hues like camel, deep navy, and martini olive captivated the runways, alongside lots of black and splashes of bold red. Accent colors found in your desk drawer—bold, highlighter colors like neon orange, magenta, and emerald—offer a revitalizing boost that feels vibrant, cheerful, and whimsical. The bold and bright colors were shown together as part of a color-blocked look, but these hues also look great as accessories for a pop…
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