What to Wear Now: Metrostyle Fall 2013 Trend Report
New Collection Focuses on Menswear Chic, Bold Colors and Leather Galore
Randolph, MA (PRWEB) August 05, 2013
Make an entrance this fall with clothes and accessories that will not go unnoticed. With a new collection brimming with color, metrostyle introduces fresh new fashions that are trendy, stylish and totally wearable. Best of all: these high impact items can be found at truly amazing values. Consider a tie-neck blouse, one of the season’s key trends, for only $29.99, a vibrant colored leather jacket for $99.00 or black and white houndstooth platform pumps for $39.99. Dressing up was never so affordable – or so much fun.
“Update your look with two or three of this season’s key fashion trends,” explains Cindi Shapiro, Senior Vice President of Merchandising at metrostyle. “Experimenting with colors and styles brings a whole new dimension to your wardrobe.” Shapiro advises indulging in at least one new fall color. “Adding a great fitted jacket or high leather boots in a bright green or rich burgundy will instantly update your wardrobe this fall.”
Mix and Match
The importance of separates cannot be overstated. Choose fashion forward designs such as the stylish animal print blouse or menswear plaid jacket. Case in point: pair a cheetah inspired blouse with a supple black leather skirt for a truly modern look. This season the leather jacket is the pivotal wardrobe piece. Luxe leather, especially in autumnal shades of green, orange and brown, look absolutely stunning worn with sheath dresses, sweaters, pants, jeans – just about everything in your wardrobe. And how amazing is it to find a genuine leather jacket for under $100? This is a piece to wear over and over again. For a dramatic, show-stopping ensemble, wear head-to-toe colored leather: cropped orange leather jacket, studded and slit orange skirt and high ruched orange leather boots. No accessories required.
Menswear influences are strong this season at metrostyle; pair graphic houndstooth jackets and tie-neck blouses with pencil skirts for a feminine touch. Wide leg pants are back in style and always a figure flattering silhouette; wear with a fitted peplum jacket to achieve a sense of balance. Opposites do attract. Denim, of course, never goes out of style. It is the quintessential wardrobe staple, updated this season in bold colors. One combination that looks “effortlessly” chic: skinny jeans worn with a cowl neck sweater and high heels or boots.
Sexy shoes ultimate fashion accessory. Try T-strap pumps with metallic gold high heels or suede/patent cap toe pumps to infuse a huge dose of glamour. Or opt for houndsdtooth platform pumps with 4 ½ inch heels. Classic and chic — together at last. Boots, of course, are the very definition of contemporary fashion. What’s new: high ruched leather boots in unexpected colors like winter white and ruby red. But for those of us who want to tone it down just a bit, it’s good to know that black and brown is still in vogue.
Five Easy Pieces
Build a stylish wardrobe around the season’s best trends. Here, from metrostyle, are five “must-have” items – each one under $100!
- A cropped leather jacket in a bright green, orange or classic black; $99.00
- Anything in an animal print, such as the cheetah print blouse $34.99
- Modern, skinny jeans in traditional denim or vibrant colors; $39.99.
- Banded knit sheath dress in autumn-inspired stripes; $39.99
- A great pair of shoes, such as suede and patent cap toe pumps; $44.99
metrostyle is part of Distinctive Apparel Inc.and features contemporary trends at truly affordable price points. Please call 877-327-1328 for phone orders. metrostyle’s sister catalog,Chadwicks of Boston (http://www.Chadwicks.com) is best known for updated classic offerings at value oriented price points with sizes available for every woman. Distinctive Apparel also operates Territory Ahead, a catalog/online retailer offering both men’s and women’s apparel for active lifestyles.
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