Fall shopping trends tartan, acid wash, and schoolgirl-inspired looks emerge online
Wednesday 27 July 2011
The famous Scottish check pattern, 1980s-inspired acid wash denim, and over-the-knee socks to go with reworked school uniforms are popping up all over the style community to get its users into the mood for the cold season.
01. Dolce & Gabbana (no change)
02. H&M (no change)
03. Gucci (+1)
04. Topshop (re-entry)
05. Miss Selfridge (+2)
06. Alexander McQueen (-3)
07. Matthew Williamson (re-entry)
08. Wet Seal (no change)
09. Miu Miu (-3)
10. Stella McCartney (re-entry)
01. net-a-porter.com (+1)
02. topshop.com (-1)
03. missselfridge.com (no change)
04. lagarconne.com (+3)
05. calypsostbarth.com (+3)
06. my-wardrobe.com (+3)
07. generalpants.com.au (-3)
08. tillys.com (+2)
09. coggles.com (new)
10. miumiu.com (-5)
01. Leighton Meester (+1)
02. Gemma Ward (+2)
03. Olivia Palermo (-2)
04. Beyonce Knowles (+3)
05. Abbey Lee Kershaw (no change)
06. Natalia Vodianova (re-entry)
07. Kim Kardashian (-4)
08. Victoria Beckham (-2)
09. Chanel Iman (no change)
10. Blake Lively (re-entry)
01. leopard print (re-entry)
02. ankle cuff shoes (re-entry)
03. over the knee socks (re-entry)
04. tartan (new)
05. acid wash jeans (re-entry)
06. polka dots (re-entry)
07. friendship bracelets (-6)
08. knit berets (new)
09. denim shirts (-6)
10. turquoise jewelry (re-entry)
Data collected on July 27.
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