The Mercedes Benz fashion week went off without a hitch and Twinkle by Wenlan had a spectacular show. The colors were not as great as I thought they should be, however the clothes were great.
It appears the tans and browns were in style for this fashion show. White was a great color choice used to accent the darker colors.
The men wore scarves and dark sunglasses with their outfits. The women to accent their outfit of choice wore high heel shoes and long dangle earrings.
One of my favorite outfits was a tan skirt with a bow, and a white blouse that accented the skirt just beautifully.
Fall fashion is going to be great if we can get the colors to go with our skin type and body shape. Looking at this fashion show can give you many ideas to incorporate their fashion into your own.
The look that was my favorite could be used in many different ways. The first is the white semi sleeveless blouse. This can be worn either with the tan skirt or with a tan pair of slacks. The blouse could even be worn with a nice pair of jeans and high heel shoes. Accented by most any type of earrings. However unless I am driving and the sun is in my eyes, I would leave the sunglasses off.
As for the men in this fashion show, to be honest I thought the clothes were dull looking. I do not know any men where I am from that would wear that type of fashion. However If I was to pick one outfit from the men it would have to be the guys that wore the denim with a chain hanging down, and the shirts with an open jacket wore over it.
My thoughts on the Twinkle by Wenlan fashion show in New York are that there should have been more color and more sparkle than it was. Men and women are going to want there fall wardrobe to look and feel great with just about any color. Earth tones are great but you need to have more color choices by.
Fashion is what you make it. Always take into account your skin tone and hair color as well as the size and shape of your body. Buy clothing that accents your body. Stay away from clothing that makes your body shape look bigger or thinner than it really is.