Fashion Week Takeaway Trends for Cheap

Watchin New York, Paris, Milan and London fashion weeks are getting us excited for the spring 2014. But it's not just the prospect of new trends that made us glee, it was also the current fall 2013 fashion, which we saw on the tastemakers, celebrities and editors who attend the shows. Here are five of trends that mix the latest season with the new season and how you can achieve these looks for less:

Plaid

Season: Fall 2013

Who knew plaid would make a comeback? But it did, and it’s rather one of the best fashion trends to reemerge this fall. New York Fashion Week goers embraced the pattern with open arms and some of the most stylish editors and bloggers sported the look and tailored it to their personalities. To wear this trend the only thing you really need to determine is whether you want a grunge appeal or pretty and classic feel.

Plaid Maxi Dress, $21.80, Forever 21

Forever 21 Plaid Maxi Dress

Cinematic Flair

Season: Fall 2013

You can thank Hollywood fashion icons such as Audrey Hepburn, Dolores del Rio and Grace Kelly for always being glamorous on and off the golden screen. This trend takes from the era of drama and sophistication derived from classic cinema. From oversized skirts, feminine fitted dresses and wide brim cloches, the goal is to look prim, proper and ultimately timeless.

Suede Skirt, $39.95, H&M

Suede Skirt

(Faux) Fur

Season: Fall 2013

With the cool fall weather already nipping at us, its no surprise fur is a top trend. Fur vests, coats, and sweaters were a popular street style choice, since it is both warm and stylish at the same time (and of course, it does not need to be real fur – faux fur looks just as good). There are many ways to incorporate, especially since we are no longer restricted to neutral tones.

Long Fur Waistcoat, $99.90, Zara

Zara Long Fur Waistcoat

Oversized Pants

Season: Spring 2014

If your not one for skinny jeans, you’ll definitely love this trend, which is all about loose and comfortable pants that create a more flowing and relaxed look. In the case of this trend, bigger is better. Designers such as Chloe and Alexander Wang welcomed this effortlessly cool design as a part of their 2014 runways shows and although it isn’t spring, you can still sport a pair of pants, such as these chevron pattern wide-leg pants from Anthropologie , which will give you fashionable practice for the upcoming spring season.

Arrowhead Palazzo Pants, $88, Anthropologie

Arrowhead Palazzo Pants

Suede

Season: Spring 2014

Suede is definitely one of those trends that when you see it, you just want touch it! Urges aside, the napped leather was a hit on the NYFW 2014 runways with notable fashion houses like Gucci, Ralph Lauren and Alexander McQueen putting their own personal spin on the material. To incorporate this into your fall wardrobe, opt for faux suede accessories such as gloves or a or this unique colour block dress from Urban Outfitters.

Luca Couture Vegan Suede Colorblock Dress, $69, Urban Outfitters

Suede Colorblock Dress

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