A deep purple wool short-cut trench coat looks simply stellar for 2010's Fall Fashion season!
This fall season's tailored menswear adds a wonderful dash of lavender-scarf to gray suiting.
High stylin' bankers go for the lavender and purple ties plus check out that trench coat- there it is again!
Our friend Rose funks-out purple in a great artsy n' casual vibe as we antique shop.
Purple reigns! No, not Prince's Purple Rain but rather a much more regal intonation of what has always been a hue of color associated with royalty throughout the ages. Add in a bit of ermine and some clustered big ole' jewels... well, I wouldn't be too surprised actually if that kind of additional accessorizing happened during this coming fall fashion season.
From midnight purple to warm plum to light, silvery lavender... a myriad of purple tones were literally spotted all around the sophisticated city streets of Melbourne, Australia recently. Currently it's their fall fashion season occurring right on the heels, stiletto heels no doubt, of the great Melbourne Fashion Week shows. Fashion is definitely strongly within this crisp fall air!
It was interesting to me to see how such a bold, decidedly non-neutral color was being interpreted within on-the-street fashion and I wasn't disappointed in the least at both the classic rendering of this as well as the more creative incarnations espied.
Occasionally I will add-in to my own wardrobe either a midnight purple or deep plum item but it's usually more the exception than the rule. Even though my bridesmaid's dresses were very tailored Lanz of Salzburg ballet length evening frocks rendered in a midnight purple fabrication whose black undertones wonderfully caught all the illuminating candlelit atmosphere of our evening wedding, I'm not typically a person who is drawn towards purpled hues.
But I may change my mind about this... after seeing it done so well in Melbourne...