We bet you are all eager to see what are the can’t-live-without trends for the upcoming cold-weather season. Okay, we took a peek at some of the hottest offerings spotted at New York Fashion Week and had to share them with you. Why? Because there are so many wow-worthy goodies that can be the perfect source of inspiration for your autumnal wardrobes. Mara Hoffman’s fall 2013 collection was definitely one of the lines that made our hearts go pitter-pat. Trust us, it’s impossible to not fall in love with all that out-of-this-world kaleidoscope of eye-catching prints!
Every single piece in the new Mara Hoffman fall 2013 collection is edgy and adorable in the same time. Well, we enjoyed the deliciously crazy and gorgeously designed goodies that Hoffman prepared for fall. Using textiles of Turkey and Uzbekistan, the famous designer created jaw-dropping pieces that scream sartorial boldness. There are leopard and zebra stripes, but also pops of colors like turquoise, pink, and yellow. Okay, now imagine those stunning prints mixed with brights! Ah, the result is absolutely spectacular and we couldn’t be happier!
“It’s not my job to be a leader in American sportswear, but rather to be a leader in light,” Mara Hoffman said before the showcasing her fall 2013 collection at New York Fashion Week. The line featured comfy coats and cozy knits that guarantee to make a statement. So, are you ready to reveal your playful side despite unfriendly temperatures outside? Well, we certainly are! Are you daring enough to put together colorful combos and try unexpected combinations?
Oozing a particular energy and chicness, the latest Mara Hoffman 2013 collection includes loads of to-die for pieces such as covetable outerwear and cool knitted goods as well as flowing dresses and fashionable tunics and pants. Therefore, if you want to step stylishly into the upcoming cold season, have a nosey at the designer’s offer and shop some chic and hip beauties inspired by the looks spotted on the runways at New York Fashion Week!
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