Alphabetical Style: K
blog by Kathryn Przybyla • December 12, 2012 @ 2:36pm
Learn your fashion ABCs with our style and beauty series, taking a look at trends, local shops and ideas—one letter at a time.
“Alphabetical Style” will break down a weekly list of five trends pertaining to the featured letter. From clothing pieces and accessories to hair styles and makeup, we’ll cover it all. Take a look at our “K-trends” including knit sweaters, knee-length boots, kissable lips, knotted scarves and kilt-inspired skirts.
Knit sweaters: whether you prefer cable, chunky or printed, knit sweaters will always be a winter staple. Stay cozy in bright colors, bold prints, soft fabrics and layer up!
Photo courtesy of Facebook / H&M
Knee-length boots: the over-the-knee option to your favorite footwear can keep your knees cozy too. By toning down the rest of your accessories, you can rock these flashy shoes with ease.
Photo courtesy of Facebook / Baker’s
Kissable lips: although I might have a slight obsession for bold lips, bright colors are not always smooch-worthy. Try a nice and neutral gloss or lip balm to make things less messy if things heat up.
Photo courtesy of Facebook / MAC
Knotted scarves: you can never wear too many scarves during the winter season. Layer up a few thing pieces or knot up long necklaces that intertwine with your scarf as well. The possibilities are endless.
Photo courtesy of Facebook / Free People
Kilt-inspired skirts: no need to go full Scottish on your wardrobe, but a long-pleated skirt can really add something to your wardrobe. This piece in army green is a great skirt to pair with a fitted sweater.
Photo courtesy of Facebook / WWD
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