TOP 5 FALL WINTER TRENDSBy Tori Alegria, Public Relations Coordinator
Posted on September 12 2016
I wonder if it was a coincidence that the first in-stock vegan leather jackets for our Fall/Winter collection are also the top trends for the season...
It’s officially the last week of summer, and fall is just around the corner meaning it’s LEATHER WEATHER! Here are the trends for Fall/Winter that you can find right in our New Arrivals.
Let’s face it: The moto jacket is never leaving. But it can be revamped. Our Along the Lines Jacket has the asymmetrical front zip that reads true to the classic moto trend customers are always looking for. However, this jacket takes the moto style to the next level with intricate parallel stitching and a sleek stand collar.
Red is trending this fall, bringing a colorful statement to your store. —Especially our Cross Paths Jacket with gorgeous crisscross stitching. The sleek red color is eye catching, while the stitching on the elbows gives this piece its edge.
Vegan leather jackets without a doubt add that “cool factor” to any outfit. The Knight and Lining Armor Jacket is effortless fashion with line stitch detailing throughout the bodice. Leaving this style open is a bold look, but closing the jacket with the button overlay collar is the cool trend that will stay the winter.
Who said vegan leather jackets had to be all faux leather? Epic yet intimate is the trend to watch this season (just as we had predicted), giving you this Winter Haze Jacket. The soft bomber bodice with knit collar and cuffs, combined with the faux leather shoulder detailing will have customers fighting over this eccentric style. You will not find this epic piece anywhere else!
Neutral colors are going to be big this season, brightening up the dark color norm. Our Stitch Perfect Hooded Jacket in Khaki is a perfect example of the trend. The light color brings out the tapered stitching, which makes this piece one-of-a-kind. But don’t let the neutral outside fool you; this jacket has a beautiful, luxe faux fur lining.