•  Spring/Summer 2017 Runway
  • ​Personal 2016 Winter Runway
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This section of the website serves two purposes.  The first section provides  "heads up" on what to look for when shopping a personal closet. The mixes of garments in this first gallery demonstrate the use of my existing wardrobe items to update my personal look for Spring/Summer 2017 using the trends I wish to adopt from fashion runways last September.  Because the ready-to-wear fashion trends are projected in "Fashion Week" every season, I can forcast the personal adaptations that I will make to my closet to create the "looks" I will adapt.  I call these my "closet collections."  For Spring/Summer 2017, python inspired prints, stripes, the color white, and gingham prints are three main seasonal adaptations I have made and will be adding to my gallery.  I will also be wearing a lot of thin and layered "turtlneck" and long sleeved looks.

Major trends for Spring/Summer 2017 are:

Stripes and graphics
Slogan T-shirts
Big sleeves/wide shoulders
Atheleisure
Transparent garments
White/pink color schemes
Python inspired prints
Jumpsuits/overalls
Swim wear type shorts

A minor trend of the season is white boots, especially white patent (remember Coureiges (sp?)?  I have saved all year to buy the ones shown in the gallery; they are leather, not patent, I want something more classic than trendy white patent boots. (I did get a fabulous buy on some Michael Kors white patent oxfords (originally $150.00 that I bought at DSW) for 80% off; with my coupon I ended up paying under $20.00!! )  Such a deal!!

I will also be wearing at least one pair of platform sandals with a bit of studs on them when the weather is a bit hotter.  Knowing these would be fashionable this spring, I was able to puchase them at a significant discount.

 You will not see any examples of big shouldered sleeves, jumpsuits, overalls, or swim wear shorts in my gallery because these trends do not suit my body type, lifestyle, or personal fashion style.  I will use subtle influences of atheleisure wear, transparent lacy sleeves, slogan t-shirts,  and graphics in selected ensembles.  Which trends are YOU going to adopt, or ignore?....I would love to hear from you!

The second "gallery" will post lay-downs of the ensembles I intend to create inspired by the Fall/Winter 2017 runway shows just completed in February.  I have already identified the looks that I wish to wear at that time.  As you can see in the gallery, many of the same ensembles I used this last fall fit right into the style trends for next fall.

My Spring 2017 Wardrobe

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 Winter 2017/18  fashion trends continue the leather look, even more transparency, "little girl" ruffles, turtlenecks, fur, wide belts, oversized prints in fanciful colors, oversized men's looks, enormous neckwear, belted jackets and coats, empire layers over longer shirts, and the checks and plaids of this past fall.  I have kept some of the same ensembles from this past fall in the gallery because they fit right into the upcoming fall season. 
(add-ons coming)

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