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3 Essential Fall Winter Trends to Try

3 Essential Fall Winter Trends to Try

Fall/Winter 2017’s shoe trends are not for the faint of heart. From slouchy, glittery boots to sculptural heels, it’s safe to say that we’re walking away from minimalist shoes and heading straight to bold styles. For stylish footwear that strikes the perfect balance between on-trend modernity and impeccable craftsmanship, luxe retailer Perla Formentini delivers straight-from-the-runway pieces that every woman can wear. 

Silver Streak

Styles: Garbardin, Bacca, Ornella, and Nivea


Time to swap your nude heels for metallic pumps. If you think metallic pumps are only night-out worthy, think again. Glittery silver styles are perfect with cropped pants and a structured top.


Seeing Red

Styles: SienaLuciana, Niva, and Contessa


Expect crimson-hued styles to dominate this season. From monochromatic, bright red outfits to richly-hued pops of bordeaux accessories, expect this color to be a mainstay in everyone’s wardrobes.  For a powerful statement, add a pop of color to your wardrobe staples with our favorite cold-weather styles.   


Styles: Vitriol, Festa, Apice, and Verbena


Decadent, luxe textured styles encrusted with pearls, studs, feathers, and other adornments are a great way to accessorize basic outfits. Liven up your usual fall/winter uniform of jeans and a sweater with encrusted styles or metallic footwear in familiar silhouettes.   

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Fall Shoes and Fashion Trends 2017

Fall Shoes and Fashion Trends 2017

Fall is in full swing and we’re loving the eclectic choice of trends to choose from. There’s no single, defining look for this year and we love how it reflects women’s style in general. Below are outfit ideas and of-the-moment looks to try for Fall. 

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Menswear-inspired plaid and stripes are almost always in fashion. What separates this year’s look from past years’ is the combination of the 80s and 90s. This year’s look is not completely 80s punk but it’s not exactly 90s prep either. It’s a combination of both, which is what makes it look fresh and modern. Pair a suit with sleek booties to add a feminine touch.


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If there’s one shoe style to rule them all, it’s this year’s glittering game changer. For a glamorous night out, opt for a combination of glittering styles like a high-shine dress and the Nivea pumps, as seen in the VERDAD runways. To elevate a daytime denim look, adding Nivea pumps will work wonders. 


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Shades of wine are in but this year’s hot red looks are exactly just that -- red hot. Wear a cherry red asymmetric dress or slip on a structural red shoe for a daytime look. Our Sonia style is sure to make a statement. 


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Feathered dresses and shoes made a statement in the Fall 2017 runways. To add unexpected sophistication to your daytime looks, opt for feathery slides or fringed heels to add a clever twist to your fall looks. 


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 70s Inspired

Peasant tops, bell sleeves, brown boots, and an overall palette comprising of browns and orange are in. What makes this year’s iteration of the 70s trend interesting is the unexpected ways to style this look. Add structure to a floral dress with a boxy blazer or opt for a dress in a psychedelic print and brown boots. 

Places to Frequent during Milan Fashion Week

Places to Frequent during Milan Fashion Week

There’s something special about visiting Milan in the Fall -- the rich colors enveloping the perfect mix of old and new architecture, the amazing restaurants that dot the city, and of course, Milan Fashion Week. For Milano Fashion Week 2017, make the most out of your stay by checking out these spots in between and after shows. 

If you need a break from the shows

Prada Foundation

An international destination for art enthusiasts, the Prada Foundation (Fondazione Prada) in Milan isn’t exactly a short walk away from this year’s shows. However, it’s quite interesting to witness the amazing art collection amassed throughout the years by Patrizio Bertelli and Miuccia Prada. The art complex itself is an avant-garde display of industrial buildings juxtaposed with dramatic new ones and it’s inspiring to see in person especially for architecture enthusiasts.

Villa Necchi Campiglio

Another great place to go to is the Villa Necchi Campiglio. It’s a calm oasis right in the center of town and a hop from most shows’ locations. Visitors to the villa today can go inside and tour the whole villa -- from the delectable mint green kitchen to the pastel yellow dining room. I am Love starring Tilda Swinton was shot on location here. If you have no time to go on a guided tour, go for an afternoon tea to recharge. The villa is open seven days a week so you can squeeze in a tour no matter when you arrive during fashion week.

Drink and dining destinations during fashion week

Bar Basso

For top-notch cocktails and incredible service, head to Bar Basso, which is a favorite haunt for locals. The place is busy but it’s not too crowded. Tip: the Negroni Sbagliato was first created here but do try the mangia e bevi, which is a cocktail made with gelato and three different liqueurs.

Ceresio 7

If you want to catch up with friends in between collections, one of the best places to unwind is at D-Square’s Ceresio 7. Order the tuna carpaccio, the veal, and the squid and bottarga pasta -- all of which are sublime. If you arrive later in the day, enjoy the dazzling view of the skyline with cocktail in hand which, for a moment, might look more like New York or Tokyo than Milan.

Torre Di Pisa

If you’re in the atmospheric Brera neighborhood, head to Trattoria Toscane Torre di Pisa which has a hard to miss green exterior. It pulls an artsy crowd as well as being a clear favorite for locals to dine in. The Florentine-style steak is fabulous and you can’t go wrong with their pasta selection. Torre di Pisa is definitely ideal for a relaxed, convivial meal.

Photo courtesy of respective brands (Prada FoundationVilla Necchi Campiglio, Bar Basso, Ceresio 7, and Torre di Pisa)