By Veronica Vicente |Staff Writer|
After watching the fashion trends from this year’s catwalk, students have found inspiration to recreate the looks in a realistic manner.
Fashion week in New York featured thousands of countless styles from popular designers.
The color of pumpkin spice was a reoccurring trend from fashion week that featured pieces of clothing.
Designers Baja East and Banana Republic to name a few, showcased this trendsetting color.
Many students agreed that this color inspired from fashion week became one of their favorite clothing colors this season for it compliments many skin tones.
“I enjoy adding pops of color to any of my outfits for a wow factor, so when I saw how trendy orange was this fall I had to try it,” said student Angie Melendez.
Along with the hints of orange clothing, miniskirt suits were the next fashion trend that students agreed to wear most this season.
Designers Tory Burch and Michael Kors refreshed this ’90s style and many students said they made the skirt look modern and chic.
These skirts on the runway were styled with simple white t-shirts, two-toned layering colors, and with a jacket or sweater.
“I love the miniskirt trend, it reminds me of my favorite movie “Clueless” and it is really easy to throw on and look like I put time and effort into my outfit,” said Forever 21 employee Brianna Diaz.
For colder days when the skirt does not offer enough coverage, denim flared jeans were another trend strutting the runways this fall.
Clothing companies Rag & Bone and Rebecca Taylor were among the vast majority of brands who reinvented denim this year.
The jeans appeared to have two different denims sewn into each other to create a unique look.
“Jeans are always in style no matter the year or season, but now with this trend my jeans look unique and artsy paired up with a t-shirt and sneakers,” said student Elizabeth Soto.
Many students agreed that although jeans were their go to outfit, sweats had to be their favorite trend from this year’s New York Fashion Week.
Alexander Wang and Puma showcased their jogger sweats with huge oversize sweaters and boots.
“Being a college student I want to roll out of bed but still look put together, with sweats being trendy this fall, I can pair it with a hoodie and I’m out the door,” said basketball player Dominique Woods.
Many students agreed that the sweats inspired from the runway kept them looking trendy but comfortable for their long school days.
Many girls said for days when they wanted to put on a dress, they were inspired by bohemian dresses, which all had a colorful pattern with lace detailing.
Designer Mara Hoffman dressed her maxi dresses with boots as they strutted down the runway.
“I can wear this casually or dressed up, it’s really versatile,” said student Diane Gomez.
All of these fashion trends were able to inspire students this fall to create wearable looks for their unique seasonal wardrobe.