Find out what styles are hot for men and women this fall around Minnesota.
What we see on the runway during fashion week is usually not realistic for day-to-day wear. But occasionally you’ll see some of the world’s trendiest models geared up in functional, comfortable clothes.
Along with cooler weather comes fall fashion. In honor of Minnesota Fashion Week, which starts Friday, we are looking at three fall trends for women that are easy, affordable and good for all ages.
Whether it’s school or play, you want your kids to look their very best. From fedora hats to prints of all flavors, here’s latest in kid’s fall fashion. Pacifier helped show WCCO the top attire, with stores located in northeast Minneapolis, downtown Minneapolis and Edina.
When shopping for new sweaters to keep warm this fall, you don’t have to stick to simple, solid colored cardigans. Change things up this season by adding new colors, patterns, fits and details to your wardrobe. With prices under $50, you can afford to add a few new items.
Boots are a must-have for any fall outfit and finding affordable footwear can be challenging. We set out to find as many fashionable and affordable boots as we could. Here are options for tall, short and colored boots, all for $100 or less.
Fashion may change every season, but Scott Dayton, owner of Twill in Edina, recommends buying classic, timeless pieces that will never go out of style.
We all want to wear our summer clothes all year round but when fall comes we need to start dressing warmer. With fluctuating fall weather, wearing layers is essential and can be fashionable at the same time.
When working out, comfort and functionality are key. Looking stylish is important too, and Lululemon Athletica, lucy activewear and maha! inspired activewear offer solutions to look and feel great while working out.
The Nordstrom 2011 Fall Designer Preview brought a taste of New York to the Twin Cities as Minnesotans had the opportunity to see the hottest garments for fall from some of the top American and European designers.