It’s the end of yet another exhausting London Fashion Week, and although we’re sad that we have to wait yet another six months until the next one, we have to admit that we’re looking forward to finally getting a well deserved good night’s sleep!
As LFW draws to an end, we’re recalling all of those emerging Fall 2013 trends that we’ve seen over the past week, and there’s one in particular that we can’t wait to see more of: shoulder details. Right from the word go, this emerged as a big trend, so here are our picks of the best ways to work the look.
Puffed sleeve detail was back on Choi’s runway, as it was his focal point of choice on delicate ox-blood chiffon blouses.
Bora Aksu chose materials such as cashmere in order to create more volume and give an exaggerated shaped shoulder. The Twenties were his inspiration behind this collection, so this feature seemed like the perfect way to channel that era gone by. Check out the amazing ruched leather shoulders he's managed to create here.
One of our favorite looks had to be her sharp pointed shoulder detail on those long straight cut dresses.
Braganza’s catwalk boasted a plethora of different shoulder detailing including pointed pieces, dragon scale-inspired, oversized and structured boxy numbers — just like the fabulous one in our pic.
Smith kept it simple with slightly oversized shoulders, button paneling or slight ruches, which inject a great twist into tailored pieces.