I am so excited about the style trends in Fall 2015 and the process of transitioning them into my closet. This upcoming season is all about incorporating vintage details and luscious colors with a modern feminine twist. Sometimes it can be difficult to translate looks from the runway to the real world, but I was particularly inspired to make these fashion forward pieces accessible to an everyday wardrobe.
The first trend I wanted to highlight is flare wide leg trousers/jeans.
Now I have to say that I will forever be a fan of skinny jeans, and as a curvy woman I find it difficult to find a pair of jeans that I truly love so I tend to stick with what I know. That being said, I am so glad that I tried out this trend. I absolutely love how the Killer Pins Bootleg Jean from City Chic allows us ladies 14+ to incorporate this style into our wardrobes.
This trend is all over the place and it's refreshing to have options that are right on point with the runways. The jeans have a great amount of stretch as well as structure to provide all day comfort and fit. I truly fell in love with this style and feel like my legs go on for days when I pair them with a sexy wedge or heel.
The second major Fall 15 trend are winter florals. By now I think we all know my love of various floral prints, but there is something so special about the warm jewel tones and sexy sheer cutouts of the Bright Bloom Top. To prevent the florals from getting too summery pair it with heavier fabrics and lairs to add a dynamic brightness even as the temperatures cool off.
My third favorite trend is makeup related. I was absolutely swooning over the makeup on Dolce and Gabbana's models for the Fall 2015 season. It is all about a bold brow, fresh skin, golden shimmer on the lids with a subtle cat eye, and finish it off with bold red lips. Here's a side by side of how I recreated the look for this post.
I can not express how exciting it is as a curvy woman to incorporate these hot off the runway trends onto my figure and into my closet, and City Chic understands how to make these garments work for us. I hope everyone has a wonderful week!
*This post was sponsored by City Chic, all opinions are my own.