March 06, 2018

Our Favorites from Fashion Month

Favorites from the runway and how you can wear the looks now.

Fashion Month

As a site with a major focus on fashion, you can imagine our excitement when fashion month comes around.

While we didn’t attend any of the shows this season, we were certainly keeping up online. And, wow, weren’t the shows so good?! There were so many looks we loved.

So, Carrie and I have pulled together some of our all time favorite shows and looks from the season, and we’re so excited to share them with you. As well, we’ve rounded up some pieces currently available online and in the stores that’ll allow for you to get inspired by the looks you see below. Enjoy!

Carrie’s Favorite Show


One show that surprised us with its colorful approach: Burberry. You know we are rainbow lovers here, so we loved seeing Christopher Bailey’s integration of rainbows into the Burberry tradition.

With this having been his last collection with the iconic brand, it was a combination of his greatest hits and a message of equality for all.

Not only did he weave rainbow patterns into the traditional Burberry checkered pattern (like with this cap), but he created some bold pieces where the rainbow takes center stage! My favorite is this rainbow puffer vest! Can you even handle the fabulousness?

Now, take note: Burberry is doing the see now, buy now (or relatively soon) approach. What they showed in February is available this season. So, you don’t have to wait until fall. If Burberry is in your budget, shop it here now.

If not, no worries. You’re still in luck! There are so many wonderful rainbow hued pieces out there now.

Look 1 / Look 74 / Look 78

Carrie’s Three Favorite Looks

Look 1: Novis

Novis Look 22 / This Novis look is everything! All the heart eyes for this! The colors, the textures, the chunky coziness of the sweater paired with these winter white trousers and the blush mules… I love it all! While it’s practically impossible to recreate a look this unique, here are some ideas to pull in some components of it.

PS – Jordana completely killed it with this entire collection! Her best yet in my estimation. Simply exquisite!

Look 2: Tibi

Tibi Look 35 /  It’s no secret we love Tibi. Indeed, my love is evidenced here, here, and here. Well, this color combo from Tibi really caught my eye. I’ve been toying around with the idea of color blocking solids lately and found this combo super inspiring.

Look 3: Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera Look 49 / With this last look, there’s nothing trendy about it. This is all about timeless elegance. And with this being Carolina Herrera’s swan song for the design house she founded, I took even more note of her beautiful creations. There is such beauty to be found in her signature look: a white shirt + a ball gown.

Julie’s Picks


Mary Katrantzou

Always a fun collection, with this one, in particular, I adored the print mixing, the use of graphic tops, and the boldness of the gold and silver combination.

Look 4 / Look 6 / Look 30

Nicole Miller

As I’m a huge fan of graphic tees, I was immediately drawn to that element of some of the looks, especially paired with more sophisticated trousers and blazers. As well, I enjoyed the combination of bomber jackets and floral dresses along with other cool, work-appropriate looks.

Look 2 / Look 6Look 35 


While I don’t wear lots of color all too often (though I do love all things colorful!), and yes, I know that’s crazy considering I work with the Queen of color, I do love bold, solid pieces, such as these Tibi ones. The red and yellow stand out in the best way possible to me, and I absolutely adore these looks.

Look 5 / Look 7 / Look 34 


Oh how fabulous was this one?! From the simple black dress with a bold scarf, the coordinating fun print skirt and blazer, and all the graphic tees. Huge fan!

Look 10 / Look 21 / Look 40

Your Favorites

And now we want to hear from you! Which shows were your favorite? Let us know in the comments below. Have a great day!

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