Designers didn’t just go to the Wild Side for Fall, the prints did too! Look for prints with wild colors, as well as prints that mix animal skins like snake, zebra and leopard.
Metallics get even shinier with mirror metallic and foil finishes. Look for traditional gold, silver and rose gold, as well as increasingly popular colors of electric fuchsia, cobalt blue and more.
Designers have gone mad for plaid this fall, mixing it up with Tartans, Glen Plaids and Buffalo Checks. Look for traditional reds, blues and grays.
Our selfie-obsessed society demands tech items that look as good as they do. And that means cool cases, functional holders, and power packs and cords that keep things charged all day long.
Not just as mere accents, scarves are taking center stage in fashion. Tie one on!
Jewelry gets an industrial quality with metal bead items that have a ball bearing quality. Shown in size gradation, look for linear and hoop earrings, stretch bracelets, and even half round studs, usually in gold.
Accessories go Over the Rainbow to celebrate LGBTQ month
Tortoiseshell is a perennial material, but it’s getting more popular, particularly in alternative hues.
Lace-up sneakers replace slip-on styles from seasons past
It’s travel season so get outta town!
It’s raining, it’s pouring… go puddle jumping with water-resistant boots, shoes, coats and even bags in fun colors to brighten up any gray day.
A gentle wash of color from one hue to the next, ombre presents a lovely visual mix with no harsh edges.
Soft, sugary pastels from mint green to sorbet lemon to icy lavender are all over fashion and accessories this Spring.
Spring fashion is having a feminine moment, with festival-ready ruffles appearing not just on ready-to-wear, but handbags and even “ruffled” floral jewelry.
Denim goes high style for Spring ready-to-wear and accessories, appearing in a variety of washes. Frayed edges, studs, pearls and crystals up the style factor.
Flowers are blooming all over ready-to-wear and accessories, and they’re more real than ever. Big, bold 3D florals add a touchable element to this feminine trend.
Designers turn to the ocean for inspiration, with “under the sea” themes like starfish motifs, shell jewelry, wave prints and fishermen net bags.
From structured basket weaves to chic circular clutches and embellished oversized totes, straw bags aren’t just for the beach anymore.
Designers have gone back to art class, adding splatter paint, cartoons and bold Pop Art prints to accessories. Look for bold primary colors as well as pops of orange and pink.