It’s that time of year! I don’t know about y’all, but this year is going by so fast for us here at She+Sky. It is already August…which means it’s time to get ready for those snuggly upcoming seasons. Many of our styles are available for pre-order and some are already in stock. Let’s take a look at some of our newest trending styles!
Tweed styles are back for autumn. What a great way to keep a classic, well, classy!
Boho shift dresses for fall are perfect, comfortable, and chic. Keep an eye out for styles such as off the shoulder, babydoll, casual and other fun ways to get your boho on!
Speaking of boho, we cannot forget about our love for tie dye. They never seem to go out of style!
Velvet is back again, with some of the familiar 90’s trends. An excellent choice for a fashionable back to school look, if we do say so ourselves…
Don’t forget metallic styles, perfect for a classy, (and sassy) night out!
This season, pleats are better than ever. Pleats are a fun way to add some texture to a look without any busy patterns.
And of course, last but not least, outerwear. From lighter jackets to thick coats and faux furs, top of your favorite outfit with something stylish and comfortable.
Take notice ladies! Bright colors are more versatile than you think. Whether you’re trying to be colorful all over, or just looking for a little extra pizzaz, there are many fashionable ways to achieve the perfect blend of colors. Launch yourself into fall the right way with bright colors as your statement transitional pieces.
A great way to keep your favorite summer styles in your wardrobe a little longer is to mix them with fall’s traditional subdued colors to create a trendy look that makes your unique style pop. Try layering mini dresses or shift dresses over darker tights or under a knitted sweater. Styling with high boots, oversize scarves and darker outerwear can also help shift your summer looks into fall fashion statements.
Faux fur vests can also be a great accessory to a bright dress or top. It’ll keep you cozy in cooler weather while adding a little texture to your style.
Keep an eye out for patterns as well! Sometimes adding a neutral pattern over a bright piece can bring the whole outfit together in a unique and interesting way.
If you’re looking to stand out even more, try pairing a bright top or dress with a contrasting and equally bright jacket. There’s no need to dull yourself down for cooler weather. Show off those colors with pride!
Can you picture these fun colors in your fall wardrobe? Tag us @Sheandsky or #sheandsky to show us your fall brights!
With summer coming to an end, back to school shopping is in full swing! The stress all you fashionistas face is this: What items should I invest in? What can be worn year round? Well no need to worry, She + Sky has got you covered. We’ve put together some styling tips & essential pieces to complete your wardrobe this school year.
Safari Jackets are definitely a must have! The waist tie is perfect for accentuating the shape of your body, (which is always a plus, am I right?), & will compliment your wardrobe in any season. You can put it over a cooler for those gloomy fall mornings or try layering with a sweater and scarf for the cold winter. This light jacket is delicate enough to be worn for those breezy spring days and cool summer nights.
Cardigans are one of the most versatile pieces that should be a part of your wardrobe. They can be used as a cover up, layer, or a statement piece. A good cardigan will get you through every season while providing comfort and style. Browse through our collection today!
Faux Fur Vests are without a doubt a great statement piece. This trend has been around for quite some time, due to its ability to take any casual outfit and turn it into a fashionable & unique look. Not only are they comfy, but they are a great source of warmth! Make faux fur vests a part of your wardrobe today!
No matter your size or shape, button down coats are a key investment for back to school fashion. Whether it’s paired with a long dress and some tights or a turtleneck and skirt, this piece will always add sophistication to your style.
Wishing all you fashionistas cute outfits, good grades, & good luck this school year! Stay tuned for more tips, trends and behind the scenes from She + Sky!
Have a Back to School Look you love featuring She + Sky?
Instead of a pop of color, try a pop of plaid! If you’re not that comfortable with wearing bolder prints like plaid, this is a fantastic way to gradually incorporate it into your look!
Use contrasting materials to accent your plaid. These fabrics can create a well balanced design that beautifully showcases both elements.
Stay warm & cozy this Fall with a plaid poncho. Style it open like a cardigan or wrap it around for a snug fashionable look!
Swap out your go-to pieces for some black & white plaid. Black & white is classic and timeless, plus it pairs well with every color!
One great thing about multicolor plaid is that it’s often multifunctional as well. Use it as the focal point & pair it with neutrals or style it with one or more of it’s complimentary colors for a rich autumn look!
In fashion, we often see trends come and go. Some phase out and never return, while others cycle their way back around. One trend that has successfully made a comeback recently is tie dye. We’ve seen this trend thrive throughout the decades and now it’s back with a modern twist. Here’s a look at some of our favorite contemporary tie dye trends!
MULTICOLOR OMBRE TIE DYE
In this technique the color gradually shifts from one to another. It’s both beautiful to look at and has a refreshing summery vibe!
STRING TIE DYE
This technique creates a grungy design that resembles a continuous black hole but also has a shattered glass look to it.
FOLDED TIE DYE
This look is often only used with a single color. By folding the material it creates a repetitive, yet organic looking design somewhat similar to a print.
TIE DYE OMBRE
This two-toned style combines two tie dye techniques, folded tie dye & ombre. The ombre is at either the top or bottom and shifts into the folded tie dye. The combination of these two different techniques creates a contrast, similar to that of a contrast top.