The month of fashion weeks is in full swing, so I thought it would be a good idea to reflect on this exciting time of the year!
In September/October, brands showcase their spring and summer collections. I always found it a little weird to see those trends that we’ll only “experience” 6 months later, but hey, that’s fashion right?! ( Although things might be starting to change… see the end of this post)
The first fashion week is held in New York, followed by London, Milan, and finally Paris.
How are you girly girls? I’ve been extremely busy these past few weeks, hence the silent treatment. I’m really sorry about that!
Anyway, back to business! Has any of you had the chance to go to Coachella last weekend? Or will you go next weekend? I only had the chance to see pictures of the epic festival. It looked pretty cool. The fashion was also on point… Bohonpoint (hahaha – Did I mention I was tired? Did I? I’m tired.)
Now, it’s time to get ready for next weekend. So, let’s go on with the InStyle SS16 trends: New Bohemian.
The holiday sweater. No piece of clothing has ever sparked so much love and horror at the same time. At least, between November and January. If you type these two magic words into Google, you get a variety of images; ranging from cute to fugly, and including dorky and funny ones. (Seriously, you have to try it!)
Why so much interest? One of my favorite things in the fall, and I think it’s the same for a lot of you girls, is that I get to wear all my cosy, comfy, warm knitted sweaters. Pure happiness. The holiday sweater is all that and more! It’s the same, but during the holidays. In other words, it’s happiness²… ❤
It’s been a long time, and I’m sorry about that. I hope that you all are great, that you are enjoying summer, and…that you are ready to take some fashion risks. Because in this post, I will write about a particular print: the checkers.
This trend could be seen on various catwalks, including Diane von Furstenberg, Michael Kors, and Altuzarra.
More affordable, and more easily wearable are the (very Belgian) pieces I will show you here 🙂