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SRA Trend Edit 2016

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Suzi Roher Accessories - Trend Edit 2016

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SRA Trend Edit 2016

  1. 1. Trends on the Verge : - the waist returns as a dominate focal point - belting on the natural waist - wide cropped trousers paired with tucked in blouses - increased volume in sleeves and shoulders - longer hemlines in jackets, blouses and skirts The New Silhouette “Accentuating the waist is essential to proper styling” Left Photo : Next Look FW15; trade report predicts that belting outerwear is a dominate trend. Right Photo : a look from the Oscar de la Renta Resort2016 collection. Fullness through the sleeves and slight A-line flare is balanced by a tailored waist belt.
  2. 2. We look to the styles of our favorite icons for fashion inspiration. Behind the wardrobes of these interna- tional tastemakers is a team of expert stylists who motivate trend movement. We are seeing belts on red-carpet looks from jump- suits to gowns and around the coats of famously fashionable ladies like Michelle Obama and Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge. Celebrity Dressing Left-to-right: Kate Middleton, Jenny McCarthy and Kim Kardashian all wearing Suzi Roher belts.
  3. 3. Editorial Runways and magazine fashion wells are pushing cinched-waist looks using ropes, sashes and robust leathers. Innovative editorial stylists add polish and break up silhouettes by accentuating the waist. “As waistlines continue to be focus in media belts are increasingly important” Suzi Roher featured in Accessories Magazine May 2015
  4. 4. Extended Tails Elongated belts are emerging in a whole new way. Wrapping the waist with a long belt helps achieve visual balance. Offsetting symmetry with an extended tail creates a dynamic focal point. Retailers who are styling outerwear with belts are increasing their units-per-transaction while educating their customer on unique ways to wear investment pieces. Photos left-to-right : Versace Resort 2016, Net-a-Porter Street Style, Fausto Puglisi Resort 2015 7068 7080
  5. 5. 7056 The grouping of street style photoes from Net-a-Porter shows modern ways to blur the lines of gendered dressing. Menswear Inspired From men’s suiting materials to loose trousers and boxy jackets - influential street style blogs prove that menswear is becoming a staple in womens closets. Cinching the waist makes this look wearable. A masculine leather belt anchors the outfit while accentuating the female figure.
  6. 6. Belting Scarves Since appearing prominently on the Burberry runway the belted scarf look has been adopted by expert stylists and street style innovators. Pairing an oversized printed scarf with a thin belt creates a thin outerwear layer - ideal for covering sheer tops and low necklines. 7067 7011 Photos left-to-right : Olivia Palmero, Elle.com London Streetstyle, Burberry FW14
  7. 7. Wide Waist Belts Oversized belts are dominating European runways. Wide at the waist means wonderfully dramatic proportions. Use wide belts to : - create a feminine shape - polish the look by adding pattern, colour and texture - define a focal point at the waist - balance proportions of voluminous sleeves and hemlines Photos left to right : Roberto Cavalli FW15, Marni FW15, Versace FW15 “Wide belts help balance proportions of voluminous sleeves and longer hemlines” 7119 7124
  8. 8. Elevating Wardrobe Basics Enhancing customers’ existing wardrobe is a constant challenge for retail stylists. Sometimes all you need is a sensational piece around the waist. Accessories offer endless opportunities and creative solutions - breathing fresh life into wardrobe staples. Left photo : Edita Vilkeviciute Vogue Paris July 2015 - her look is completed with a vintage-inspired belt. Middle photo : the addition of a graphic black/white belt turns casual garments into finished outfits. Shot by Greg Kessler. Right photo : A traditional collared blouse and black skirt is the perfect base for investment accessories. 7012

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