Fashion trends for Fall 2014, according The Huffington Post Canada.
The Extreme Turtleneck
Just short of being able to cover your whole head, the extreme turtleneck was seen on the runways of Thakoon and Helmut Lang.
The robe coat seems to have some legit staying power. Wearing a housecoat around town has never been so fashion-forward.
If you’re not quite ready explore cable knit pants, the sweater dress in various interesting silhouettes also proved to be popular, as they do every fall/winter season.
If you want to stay warm in something other than a coat, the poncho or cape could be an interesting option.
Practical and stylish, shearling made a lot of sense for designers to incorporate into their fall collections.
Fringe, wide brimmed hats and western checks were prevalent on the runways and are an easy trend to translate to everyday wear.
Velvet is no longer relegated to grandmothers. This fall, velvet was reincarnated into elegant slinky dresses that are perfect for a fall soiree.
Bold colorful fur could be a fun addition to complement a neutral ensemble.
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