Fresh off the fashion week frontlines, E! News correspondent Alicia Quarles breaks down the best trends you should sport this season.
New York: Menswear was huge, but, if you are trying this at home, make sure you tailor the look to your body. Fit is key and using a good tailor is a cheap and an easy way to refine the look. Prabal Gurung shut it down with his textured tuxedos. Whether you like it or hate it, fur was everywhere, from details on Michael Kors designs to Altuzarra's looks. Also, bold ladylike dresses with minimal accessories dominated Zac Posen and Carolina Herrera's collections.
London: Be boho-chic. Shake it up in fringe! It was everywhere, from Burberry Prorsum to Issa to the socials attending the shows. I'm loving this because you can rock fringe on a dress, on a jacket or on your skirt. Do it your way.
Milan: Prada was all about femininity. Soft colors, structured dresses and bows were all highlighted with soft makeup and pulled-back hair. Flowers were also a main theme. Spring is in the air (almost)! Use fresh flowers as accessories to easily elevate your own ensembles.
Paris: It was all about patterns, plaid and color-blocking. This is consistent with what we've seen at all of the fashion week shows worldwide. It's a throwback to the 1960s and 1970s. I feel like I could raid my mother's closet from when she was my age, and every single thing would now be back in style. Examples: Miu Miu for plaid, Balmain for color-blocking and Chloé for 1960s.