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New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2017

The weather may be turning cooler, but the fashion world already has its sights on next spring and summer! So that you’re ready when the weather gets warm again, I’ve outlined the three biggest trends from New York Fashion Week.

#1 Mixing black and white

Combining these colors is a classic move, and you’ll see it everywhere this spring. I loved how these designers made the look modern:

Jenny Packham


Nicole Miller

Monique Lhuillier

Reem Acra

#2 Trench coats

The trench coat is making a comeback this spring, but not in the way that you’re used to seeing it!

Marissa Webb


Carolina Herrera


Zac Posen


Christian Siriano


#3 Mixing prints

Pulling off this look may be a challenge, since you still have to make sure that the prints coordinate even though they don’t match. Don’t worry, I believe in you, you style maven! But just in case you need a little guidance, here’s some inspiration:

Reem Acra


Oscar de la Renta


Nicole Miller


Tory Burch (my favorite print mixer this season!)

Marchesa is my favorite fashion house in the entire world, so this list wouldn’t be complete without my favorite Spring/Summer 2017 Marchesa dresses. Who knows, maybe you’ll see me wearing one of them to a ball this year!

And, as is tradition, I end this Fashion Week wrap up with a little eye candy…





Now all you have to do is shop!



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