The Corduroy Comeback

Corduroy hasn’t been known as particularly “cool” in fashion for a while now, but this season that’s all changed. While it used to call to mind bell-bottom-clad stoners or bearded professors in elbow-patch blazers, the favorite fabrication of the 70s is now a style must-have.

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On Ya Bike (Shorts)

We have lots of things to blame thank the Kardashian-Jenners for. From exposed corsets to latex dresses to clear boots to contouring and even the reemergence of chain mail. But perhaps the most pervasive trend on the street style front is bike shorts. While bike shorts popped back up on the Spring 2018 runways at shows like Nina Ricci and Off-White, Kim Kardashian really brought the trend to the fashion masses after repeatedly stepping out in the clingy bottoms. Teaming them with everything from hoodies and long coats to sports bras for full athleisure vibes, Kim even inspired the rest of her klan to get on board.

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Cardigans: The new hoody?

Fashion sweatshirts? So 2016. Hoodies? Overplayed. Cardigans? Now we’re talking. Cardigans are becoming the topper of choice thanks to their versatility, cozy-chic silhouettes and the fact that they can be layered on top of almost any outfit.

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Pastels aren’t Just for Summer

We all associate each season with different colours. In Spring we bust out the pastels while we tend to go for burnt oranges and shades of brown in the Autumn. It’s great to shake things up in the wardrobe and bring in a new colour pallette. But this season it’s time to break the mould and carry some colours we associate with other seasons into the Autumn. 

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Autumn Wedding? We Got You Covered!

Not all weddings are in the height of Summer (June being the most popular month). Some people opt for an Autumn wedding and we love it! Another popular time for couples to say “I do” is in October. The weather is just getting nice and crisp, the leaves are turning and romance is definitely in the air. 

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Leaf print: the new floral print?

The wise Miranda Priestly once said that florals for spring are hardly groundbreaking (we’re paraphrasing). If you agree, you may be tempted to try polka dots, stripes, plaid or even animal prints as an alternative to the popular print. But if you’re not quite ready to buck tradition completely, you can still celebrate nature with leaf prints.

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