We understand in women's fashion that, as the season changes, a woman can become overwhelmed at the countless color and pattern options out of which she will get to make a purchase... Well, Yo Deb is here this week to ease the style stress and offer women a breakdown of our favorite pattern concepts for fall. We start off the week with one of the bolder concepts, geometrics and the branches of that family tree, then we finish with a concept perhaps new to some but long-favored by others, moire and the marbling effect. Enjoy!
ON FALL'S DECORATIVE PATTERNS: FAIR ISLE, TAPESTRY, NEEDLEPOINT
Clockwise from top left: Benetton Dress - a saturated plum with colorful and textural Fair Isle stitching that is perfect to try with fall's new look, the dress over pants; Paul by Paul Smith Black Intarsia Wool Oversized Jumper - update this look by wearing the sweater over a pencil skirt; Proenza Schouler Intarsia Wool and Cashmere-Blend Sweater - for the bolder set, pair this with orange jeans for a fun weekend look; Toga Sweater - we love the idea of pairing it with a navy handbag... perhaps with SCOUT's Mini Deano in new fall pattern Blue Tooth! Carven Dress - the contemporary statements of ruching and scaling the pattern in two sizes are what bring this tapestry-patterned dress from 15th century Europe to the present day - so chic! Carven Needlepoint Pump - executing the latest take on 21st-century heels with more coverage over the top, consider this pump otherwise timeless; Stubbs & Wootton Tapis Carbon Needlepoint Slipper - a new classic from the standby slipper designer; Dolce & Gabbana Tapestry Suede Bootie - the needlepoint panel and delicate rose buttons offer simple but significant decoration to this black suede boot; Dolce & Gabbana ‘Miss Sicily’ Needlepoint Handbag - timeless elegance at its finest.