How To Take Fashion Week Style And Make It Your Own

{MARCO DE VINCENZO pleated glitter skirt, Britannia Faux Fur Scarf, Isabel Marant suede boots3.1 PHILLIP LIM Alix clutch, knitted sweater}

Street style pics during Fashion Weeks are the stuff dreams are made of. Sometimes, they can be more inspiring and ingenous than the actual collections about to be unveiled. That’s because every fashionista that attends the show usually has a great sense of style and spends weeks changing and adding to her outfit to create the perfect mix.
Now, what ordinary girl wouldn’t want to spend weeks in their shoes?! Everyone can bring some Fashion Week glam in their lives and wardrobes in a decent budget. Though the majority of attendees opt for clothes made by the designer who sent the invitation, you can dress similarly for less. The key is to underline the trends.
This fall is all about fur, pleats, knits and ethnic motives. While , normally, you’d shy away from all of them (except knits, of course – the real reason we love colder weather), a fashionista would totally go big at such an event. Meaning, she’d mix them all.
Since it’s easy to go overboard and put everything you have in your closet on, I say go with a similar outfit like the one above. The chunky, cable-knit burgundy sweater? Chances are you have several, in different shades.

The pleated skirt? Your mom might have some vintage gem around or just go to a fair and look for a black/monochrome one or with plaids (easy to mix and match). Faux Fur scarf? No biggie! The one above is just 42 pounds.
The boots are trickier. If you can invest in these, please do – they’re absolutely gorgeous and a statement piece that can elevate any outfit. If not, chose something with embroidery – look for fine linings and just two or three colors used.
Last but not least, put your hands on a clutch in a surprising shape. In this case, a metallic envelope would have worked, too.
Not so hard after all, right? Will you channel Fashion Week at home?

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