And now the second part of my Berlin Fashion Week insights. Instead of copying the trends, what can we learn from them for our own style?
#10 All over red.
As I love burgundy a lot I have a burgundy sweater, skirt and tights. Why not wear it all together?! Plus I definitely need something in my closet that has this flashy coral-red!
(Guido Maria Kretschmer / Lala Berlin)
#11 LBD, sexier than ever!
How awesome is this first little black dress? I can't get over how pretty the tulle detail is! Definitely need a dress like one of these as any women should have a LBD anyway.
(Augustin Teboul / Irene Luft)
#12 Tartan on!
Good news, we will be able to wear our beloved tartan shirts, coats and skirts again next winter.
(Anja Gockel / Guido Maria Kretschmer)
#13 Floor-length will be enough.
This first coat/cape is just super cool. The XXL length adds a special effect to every outfit.
(Guido Maria Kretschmer / Malaikaraiss)
#14 Knee-high replaces overknee.
I would have loved to get a pair of overknees this season but I didn't find a pair that fitted me. Now that I see these pics I notice that it's way sexier when you see a little knee anyway...
(Laurèl / Isabell de Hillerin)
#15 Jeans will be jeans.
Jeans have always been popular and will always be. I couldn't imagine living without them and I'm glad that both boyfriend jeans and my favourite jeans combination (skinny jeans, blazer and pointed heels) have been represented on the runway.
#16 1001 way to wear a foulard.
I have many foulards but never wear them as I don't like the conventional ways of tying them. These two methods are classy and chic so I will give them a try as soon as possible.
(Vonschwanenflugelpupke / Marc Cain)
#17 Big, bigger, scarf.
XXL scarfs have always been a passion of mine. Again two cool ways on how to wear them!
(Vladimir Karaleev / Lala Berlin)
#18 Statement pants, please!
Besides jeans I love statement pants and I definitely need a pair like the first one for summer and winter!
(Lala Berlin / Barre Noire)
So that was it for my favourite trends from Berlin Fashion Week. You can read the first part here. Do you want me to make similar posts for the other fashion weeks as well? How did you get inspired by runway looks?