his fall, you can pair alpaca sweaters from Peru with the season’s major trends. From many designers, we’re seeing shocking color combinations, soft fabrics and a resurgence of classic lines. Across New York, Paris and France, autumn styles shine with your favorite wool threads. Keep reading below to see the top ways to work alpaca clothing for women into your wardrobe.
Primaries & Pastels
Last year’s monochromatic looks have morphed to mix primaries with pastels. We’re seeing millennial pink paired with bright reds, yellows and blues.
According to Vogue, “A few years ago, pale mint and lavender might have felt toothache-sweet in the middle of February. But in 2018, we’re seeing Easter-egg hues everywhere, from powder blue to chiffon yellow and Creamsicle orange.”
To create this look, add a bright sweater to pastel jean of the same color family. Pair a hunter green sweater with a mint trouser or a royal blue sweater with a Tiffany blue pant. Take your look one step beyond monochromatic styles by mixing your hues in a single color family.
If you’re still hot for Hygge, you’ll love the New Nordic look. It’s icy and adventurous, with even lighter tones than last winter. “As mystifying as the trend’s (Hygge) arrival may be, what is clear is our cue to shop some deliciously comforting clothing in Scandi shades of oatmeal, greige and mink,” explains Who What Wear.
For this outfit, start with a white or tan ankle boot that reminds you of stomping through the snow. Layer that with bright white denim and a cream sweater.
What’s cooler than being cool?
Channel your inner Stevie Nicks with loose layers. While the boho chic trend cycles each season, this year is distinctly feminine and funky. W Magazine proclaims, “Major outerwear moments…will make you want to bundle up for the next bomb cyclone.”
This outfit mixes rich materials like alpaca wool, hemp, and suede for a distinctly current look. Keep the details lady-like and you’ll steer clear of the early 2000s bag lady style.
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