Spring 2010 Fashion Week Trend: Long Cardigans

September 18th, 2009

Spring 2010 Fashion Week Trend: Long Cardigans
Photo Credit: NYMag.com
Long Cardigans at Lela Rose, Alexander Wang, and Michael Kors.

Style tip?  Stock up on long cardigans.  They’re great for layering under jackets for Fall and Winter, and they’re just as versatile for Spring.  Wear a long cardigan over your minidress or blouse/skirt combo (as at Lela Rose), skinny belt optional.  Or use your cardigan to play with textures, as Alexander Wang does.  Just don’t wear the cardigan sans-bottom, as seen at Michael Kors!  Clearly a runway-only look.

What do you think?  How would you wear the long cardigan?  Share your thoughts in the comments!

Entry Filed under: Runway Reviews,Runway Reviews,Trend,Trend Predictives,Trendscape,Trendscape,What's In and What's Out,Women

4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Global Girl  |  September 18th, 2009 at 11:42 am

    I’ve been talking about the oversized cardigana and the boyfriend blazer as well. They are almost interchangeable depending on the material of the blazer – and TOTALLY essential to a wardrobe. I think that this is one trend that might last a while because it gives women that much needed chance to wear what we love while covering what we don’t love so much. I LOOOOVE either one with a dress or skirt that is either slightly shorter or the same length as the cardigan or blazer. Niiiice!

  • 2. B a la Moda  |  September 18th, 2009 at 12:58 pm

    It´s been a while since I follow you. The only change is that now i have my own blog. I enjoy a lot reading you tips since I find them really useful. I was thinking the other day about doing some layering and you gave me great clues. Thanks,

    B a la Moda

  • 3. Tina Lane  |  September 19th, 2009 at 6:11 pm

    In my eyes, long cardigans are timeless. When fashion trends intersect with practical wardrobe investments, magical things happen.

  • 4. irene longfellow  |  November 29th, 2009 at 7:56 pm

    I couldn’t see anything but those awful skinny legs. My gosh!!
    Is starvation in?

    I spent six months in Malawi once. Worked with children who weren’t getting enough to eat. These models look just like they did. Starving.

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