Fall 2013 Fashion Trends Take Their Cue from the 1940′s

Carolina Herrera: Photo Style.Com

Being fashion forward this year means going back…way back to the 1940′s. The decade that ushered in the idea of function in fashion was heavily referenced on the runways during New York Fashion Week.  There were curvy nipped-in waists from Band of Outsiders (a client of The Way We Wore®), extreme shoulder pads at Thom Browne and drop dead gorgeous film noir femmes at Carolina Herrera. Here a look at some of our favorite looks for the season.

Band of Outsiders: Photo Style.Com

Thom Browne: Photo Style.Com

Carolina Herrera: Photo Style.Com

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2 Responses to “Fall 2013 Fashion Trends Take Their Cue from the 1940′s”

  1. Nicola Featherstone says:

    Wow, I absolutely love the first one! It’s very reminiscent to the British boutique 30′s/40′s throwback in the 70′s.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Such grace and beauty in the styles from that era. I have no clue where we went after this, wearing less and less, maybe we can attribute that to global warming. Bring back classic fashion, so much more dignified.

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