This season of New York Fashion Week was an absolute whirlwind, and I can’t believe I’m already at the last day as far as my recaps go! Today I wanted to share recaps of two shows and, of course, talk about what I wore on day 6!
Theory is such a popular wear-to-work brand; personally I’ve always loved their blazers. This season I was lucky enough to be invited to their fashion week presentation of their Spring/Summer 2020 collection.
This collection is quite different from what they’ve done before. They’ve moved away from highly structured pieces into very flowy and layered looks. The trend you can definitely take out of this collection is that of layering. For spring/summer you’ll see tons of dresses worn over pants, tank tops worn over dresses, etc. Here’s a look at some of the collection:
The Pamella Roland show is a star-studded affair every year, and it’s easy to see why. Her dresses are breathtaking – especially in the way they move – making the show an incredibly entertaining experience.
The trends really coming forward in this show from S/S 2020 are: feathers, pastels, and pinks. This spring/summer you will see feathers everywhere. They will be the accent detail of choice on everything from dresses to tops to jackets. Pastels, as usual, will be big for spring/summer but what is less usual – pink, in all shades, will also be popular.
Here are some of favorite Pamella Roland S/S 2020 pieces. As you can probably guess my top pick is the pastel pink sequin pantsuit. It’s a freaking sequin pantsuit ladies & gentleman *runs to order one*.
I wanted to feel confident and empowered in my outfit of the day so of course I went with a pantsuit. This hot pink pant suit is from Zara and is easily one of my favorite summer purchases. The sheer puff sleeve blouse is also from Zara.
Are you wondering about what’s on my face?? When I was in LA in July I was introduced to Lotti; the designer of the accessory store Knight Beauties. I fell in love with her dramatic hats (like the one I wore on Day 5) but then I saw what she calls “face jewelry” and my breath was taken away. I have never seen this before and I absolutely love the idea. The piece itself just looks like one long chain, and you wrap it behind your ears draping it over your face. Such a statement!!
Thank you so much for reading my New York Fashion week posts this year. I hope you enjoyed them all! I’d love to hear which outfit or which show I covered was your favorite. Let me know in the comments below!