Polyvore trend index: bright pants stay for fall
Tuesday 20 September 2011
Spring's fanciest pants remain popular and brighten up the gray season. If you stick to plain skinny jeans, pair them with biker or elegant knee-high boots this fall. Skirts are still trendiest if they come in a 'midi' (= mid-calf) length, while Polyvore users' fascination with everything British (Wellies, tartan,...) continues.
01. mid-calf skirts
02. bright pants
03. oversized watches
05. Wellington boots
06. cat eye glasses
07. knee high boots
08. biker boots
09. studded handbags
11. sequin tanks
12. sequin vests
13. faux fur vests
14. oversized cardigans
15. printed scarves
16. stacked bracelets
17. bucket bags
18. skinny jeans
19. statement necklaces
20. high waist trousers
Polyvore, which lets users express their current fashion preferences in the form of collages, receives ten million visits a month.
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