We are fully kicking into Fall as we reach mid-October (this year has went crazy fast) with nights getting colder and darker. The shops are now full of winter coats and all the necessities for fall. One trend in particular that has taken over this season is Tartan! Tartan, Tartan, Tartan – its everywhere! Tartan was first spotted back on the runway in collections for Celine, Moschino, Preen etc. and has now made a full impact on the high street. Now is the time to take out your highland side or your punk rocker look with a wide variety of pieces available. Below are some pieces from the high street which incorporate the tartan trend, hover over each image for prices. What do you think of this trend? Follow the blog on twitter @5tyled
Skirt – ASOS
Dress – ASOS (Freak Of Nature)
Shoes – ASOS (Mango)
Scarf – ASOS (Fred Perry)
Shirt – River Island
Shorts – Topshop
Credit to ASOS, Topshop and River Island for images.
The Burberry Prorsum Fall 2013 collection has been very popular lately and one piece in particular that has stole the hearts of the public is the heart print shirt that was wore by Karlie Kloss on the runway earlier this year. It has already been spotted on many celebrities such as Victoria Beckham and Harry Styles so no wonder Topshop have created their own cheaper version. The Burberry version retails for a pricey cost of £495/$795 while Topshop have released their own mark on the Burberry shirt for a cheaper £38.00/$76.00. I personally love this shirt and the heart print is one that is very popular this season so I would snap it up fast! What do you think of this shirt? Follow the blog on twitter @5tyled
This months pick of the month is this Vintage Customized Tie-Dye Denim Shirt from Urban Outfitters. Festival Season is upon us now and this denim shirt is perfect for the occasion. Tie die and denim is the killer combo for summer and festivals so I suggest getting this shirt now at £35/$54.19 and you will not be disappointed! Will you be attending any festivals this year? Follow the blog on twitter @4everfash. Credit to Urban Outfitters for image.