My Favorite 6 Fashion Trends In This Early Winter


First of all, Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! I hope you spent some good times with your families or friends or at least enjoyed some well-baked turkey. Since I’m totally not fond of turkey, I spent my thanksgiving night at a really authentic Italian restaurant called La Lanterna di Vittorio in Manhattan Greenwich village. If you happen to be in New York, I seriously recommend you to try it out! They have some really good lasagne and authentic pizza that my mind just couldnt help constantly and consciously thinking about them.

Today I would like to share some of my favorite fall outfit photos that I took during my travel to California and Oregon from last week. I realize that whenever I travel I could get so serious in planning my travel wardrobe ahead, and as a result I usually tend to bring with me some of my favorite pieces because I want to make sure that I will have some amazing pictures taken by leveraging different city backdrops, not just in New York!

So below are my favorite 6 trends and styles for this early winter, and I’ll also show you how I did the mix-and-match in wearing them during my travel:

1. Asymmetric Cold Shoulder

2. Ruffles

3. Metal Heels

4. Track Pants

5. Patch Coat

6. Metal hardware accessories

Look 1:  Asymmetric Cold Shoulder   x   Ruffles   x   Metal Heels

I can never resist the charisma in Ruffles, and I would love to share with you all my all-time favorite ruffle skirt! The silhouette of a midi skirt can really help to elongate the legs and make you look much taller.



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Look 2:  Track Pants   x    Metal Hardware Accessorizing

Are you aware that the athletic-looking striped pants has been omnipresent in this season? I chose to wear the very safe black and white combination but in fact I’d love to try wearing other colors too! I paired the pants with a metal hardware belt to add some rock elements and to make the whole look not so boring.



Look 3: Patch Coat   x   Track Pants  x   Metal Heels

I purchased this patch coat from Zara, but if you want, you can totally do-it-yourself by pinning some cute patches on your existing coats. Unleash your maximum creativity!

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Last but not least, one bonus tip:

FISHNET is also huge in this season!

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Happy Holiday once again and I hope you enjoyed reading this post.

And don’t forget to be thankful for having donuts and coffee in life!




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