During this time of year, we find ourselves constantly reaching for our favorite plaid flannels. The trick is how to style them with a fresh set of eyes — that's where we come in. Whether basic, like a flannel paired with our favorite skinny jeans, or expertly styled with a moody print, we've got an outfit that will please any fashion personality. Watch today's episode of Currently Trending for the inspiration. On Allison McNamara: Nieves Lavi top, A.L.C. pants.
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Like Rebecca Bloomwood, Fab reader a1stbornunicorn has attempted to make flannel feminine. Flannelrific! Good job belting the dress, and pairing it with a khaki blazer and brown motorcycle boots. The hues in this outfit also deserve praise.
Here's what she has on:
- Dress: Mossimo Supply Co.
- Blazer: Gasoline
- Boots: BCBG
- Bag: Guess
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Steven Alan's Flannel Ruffle Shirt ($163) exudes a comfy and quirky vibe, hence why Mary-Kate Olsen got her hands on it and wore it while chillin' on the streets of NYC. (Natalie Portman also wore the shirt recently.) Our friends over at Rarechic are nice enough to provide a 15 percent discount on any item for FabSugar readers. Just enter Happy2008 at checkout. Side note: Doesn't MK look like Meg Ryan here? Trippy.
Ever since that genius sports jacket Kit made on episode three of Project Runway flannel has been on my mind. Then, I realized I don't own anything flannel. Oh wait! I have a pair of turquoise pajama pants with martinis on them. But seriously, this look from Carolina Herrera's Fall runway takes flannel to a high level of opulence. Actually, I'm feeling quite embarrassed about divulging my cheesy pajama pants to you right about now. Goodbye . . .
n. Grunge music - a style that emerged in 1991 with Nirvana's album "Nevermind" - translated into fashion. Characterized by heavy layering, natural colors and individualistic mixes of knits, flannel, tweed and uniforms.
For more neo-grunge inspiration, check out Chanel's Fall 2007 RTW Collection.