While the runways looked to fall 2013, the New York Fashion Week attendees showed everyone how to be fashion forward during the winter. The overwhelming trend? Basic colors like black with pops of vibrant color. Take a look through Tommy Ton‘s shots for Style.com to see how fashion week goers kept things bright through the chilly snow. xoxo, Whit
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When you’ve had enough of your dark winter clothing but it’s not quite time for neons, pastels help make the transition. Once regarded as a spring-only palette, light pink, turquoise, blue, orange and yellow are now appropriate year round. Pair winter whites with confection-like sweaters, or toughen up pastels with a black leather jacket. If you’re feeling bold, try a full-on pastel suit. Take a look through the gallery to see how to wear pastels from winter through spring! xoxo, Whit
When the temperatures drop, it’s not just garments that get heavier— colors carry more weight as well. Where a crayola red or a light neon green would be in spring or summer, oxblood red and emerald green take their place. Rich jewel tones offer color on days when you’ve had enough black and neutral tones. Take a look through the gallery for ideas on how to add winter color to your wardrobe!
I have spent the last few weeks in LA and am back in NY now. We are so spoiled on the west coast with 70 degree weather in January! so crazy, but I love it. Now that I am back in NY I realize that the winter really does exist! I made a list of my winter essentials, but am fairly new to this. Any suggestions for me?
1. Cashmere accesories: socks, scarves, hats
2. Fingerless gloves- so you can still be productive while staying warm
3. Stockings/tights under everything
4. Ear muffs if you don’t want to wear a hat and mess with your hair
5. Layer tops- start with tanks, then long sleeve, then sweater, then thick down jacket!