How To Wear It: Resort 2014 Trends

No need to hop a flight: We breakdown how to wear the top five trends from the Resort 2014 collections right now

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Resorthed

 

Last month FLARE’s Senior Market & Style Editor, Truc Nguyen, identified the five key Fall trends from the Resort 2014 collections. Resort has surfaced as one of the most important shoppable collections in recent years due to the volume of wearable looks that will be hitting stores in November and last until Spring. But we don’t have to wait for a vacation to take on the trends. You can find ways to wear dressy denim, slouchy trousers, black & white, sheer panels and bare shoulders now, without even lifting a finger to hit Book Now.

Unsure on how to work Resort 2014 trends into your wardrobe? Not a problem—we’ve gathered some suggestions for you below:

 

Denim in suiting and separates was spotted at Chloé and Altuzarra

Jason Wu

 

From top left: Adriano Goldschmied jean vest, $351, stylebop.com, Topshop high-waisted skirt, $28, topshop.com, Topshop cropped cami shirt, $26, topshop.com, Stephanie maxi dungaree chambray dress, $35, boohoo.com.

Tip: Incorporate some dressy denim into your fall wardrobe with a white shirt for the office, or tall boots for a weekend out.

Wide, full-length, slouchy trousers became Resort’s go-to pants, with retro looks showed best by Acne and Theyskens’ Theory

Theysken's Theory

Theyskens’ Theory

 

From top left: 3.1 Phillip Lim check print pant, $118, kirnazabete.com, Chloé pleated harem trouser, $364, farfetch.com, Helmut Lang mandala-print viscose pants, $276, bergdorfgoodman.com, Toast Mori trousers, $48, toast.co.uk.

Tip: Slouchy trousers can be worn in any season. Pair them with blazers, long sleeves, tank tops (or even a bandeau) and you’ve got an outfit that is appropriate for any weather.

 

Black & white combinations were seen in different patterns and sequences, shown in Proenza Schouler and Jason Wu’s collections

Proenza Schouler

Proenza Schouler

 

From top left: Anthropologie mignon peplum top, $68, anthropologie.com, J.Crew floral-sequined silk skirt, $645, net-a-porter.com, H&M jersey dress, $13, hm.com, J.Brand 620 mid-rise super skinny, $238, jbrandjeans.com.

Tip: Get creative and match your blacks and whites with metallic jewellery, or a bold-coloured handbag.

Sheer looks were found on the runways of Derek Lam or Christian Dior, offering a feminine yet sophisticated look

Derek Lam

Derek Lam

From top left: Diane Von Furstenberg Esmely blouse, $364, matchesfashion.com, Helmut Lang greyscale mandala print harem pants, $245, ssense.com, Helmut high-low tank top, $115, stylebop.com, DKNY sheer sleeve dress, $223, stylebop.com.

Tip: Try matching sheer outfits with chunky heels or high pumps to elongate the legs and emphasize curves.

Strapless dresses were layered with trousers or accessories in the Balenciaga and Christian Dior collections.

Balenciaga

Balenciaga

From top left: Diane Von Furstenberg Walker two-toned lace dress, $541, boutique1.com, J.Crew tall arabelle dress, $290, jcrew.com, Nasty Gal iron flower jumpsuit, $82, nastygal.com, Vanessa Bruno strapless silk crepe mini dress, $166, theoutnet.com.

Tip: For a sunny day, pair your strapless number with a statement necklace to compliment the neckline.

 

 

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