SUBMITTED BY ALEX SEMPLE

Fashion is architecture: it is a matter of proportions,”– Coco Chanel.

 

November is the beginning of the winter fashion scene, and with it comes new beginnings. New styles, new creations, and new ideas from all your favorite designers. With new beginnings also come new ends: an end to the fall scene, an end to light jackets, and an end to the monthly fashion article. Time changes things but never a person’s love for fashion and creativity. So for one final time, let’s have a look at what we can expect to see on runways this winter season.

Winter wouldn’t be complete without a stylish animal print coat to fawn over. Designers from all areas of the globe are banding together to create the newest line of animal print coats, from leopard to ocelot and every big cat in between. The most noted animal print coats are trench coats, which give the wearer a sleek and stylish look while warding off the winter chill. No matter the animal print you choose or the style of coat, animal print coats are a sure way to make sure you stay stylish and warm this winter season.

Houndstooth is a classic pattern that screams elegance and sophistication, which gives us no surprise to see designers using this stylish fabric on their winter boot collections. From Balenciaga to Dolce, fashion houses are releasing the hounds on a majority of winter boots this season. Who let the dogs out? Why, the fashion world, of course!

In

  • Bright Blue Sweaters
  • Trench Coats
  • Bucket Bags

Out

  • Bomber Jackets
  • Military Boots
  • Sweatbands

While this may be the last fashion article, it certainly won’t be forgotten any time soon. Writing about monthly fashion trends for the past three years has been an honor for me and given me endless possibilities, but, like studded jean jackets, all good things must end.

Thank you for reading and remember: Stay Beautiful!


One Final Fashion Article

Writing for North End Breezes for the past three years has been a wonderful experience and I will always remember my time here and the friends I’ve made. Sadly, due to recent events and disagreements, I feel that my time here at The Breezes has come to an end.

Enclosed with this letter of resignation, you will find one more fashion article for the next issue of the Breezes thanking my readers and followers for their support over the years.

The Breezes has been a great foot into the journalism world and provided me with many opportunities, but I know it will continue to be a staple in the North End Community.

Thank you and best wishes,

Alex