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FUR CROP TOP JACKETS
Baby, it’s cold outside. But baby, my abs are so hot. Baby, that’s where this Mathieu Mirano topper comes in handy.
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METALLIC COCOON DRESSES
Does this Lisa Perry mini remind anyone else of those silver blankets they wrap around marathon runners at the end of a race?
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WHIRLING DERVISH HATS
This forest-green, foot-high topper at the Tia Cibani show was either inspired by what the Middle Eastern dancers wear while spinning or a bathroom trash can from a set we once got at Bed Bath & Beyond.
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We’ve been putting off RSVP’ing to that line dance party we were invited to. But after seeing these Juan Carlos Obando boots, we’re responding yes and getting ready to kick up our heels.
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COTTON BALL SWEATERS
We imagine this Brandon Sun design costs quite a bit, but you can totally justify a high price tag since it has a double purpose: You could dip the white accouterments in polish remover and swipe them over your nails if need be.
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You may not be able to be the first of your friends to try the overalls trend. And you may not even get to be the first to wear leather overalls. But we bet you can be a pioneer in owning black-and-white cow-print overalls, designed by Adam Selman.
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The ruffle hem seems to have migrated north and is now being seen at the décolletage, like on this Sally Lapointe dress. We might vote “Obsessed” for the sole reason that it makes a bra unnecessary.
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Give us an N! Give us a Y! Give us an F! Give us a W! Oh sorry, we saw this puffy pink bag on the Tanya Taylor runway and we assumed the model was part of some sort of cheer squad.
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ER DOCTOR SLIPPERS
Did the models at the Eckhaus Latta show come straight from seeing patients at a hospital? Or is the designer just trying to start a new elastic shoe cover trend?