Editor's Picks: Top Looks At 'Fall Into Fashion' At The Saint Louis Galleria
Saint Louis Fashion Week was officially kicked off last night with ‘Fall Into Fashion’, a runway show that included a broad assortment of looks from the top stores at the Saint Louis Galleria. One hundred percent of ticket sales benefitted the HavenHouse, a non-profit organization dedicated to changing outcomes for struggling youth and their families. Participating stores showed noteworthy mens and womenswear, encouraging attendees to take note and shop. We’ve rounded up our top looks from each store to help to narrow down your growing shopping lists.
Apricot Lane arrived on the runway perfectly on-trend with this animal-friendly, faux-leather skater skirt. The boxy striped top keeps you looking effortlessly chic and ready for fall.
Show them who’s boss in this updated, office-friendly look from Ann Taylor. The tweed skirt and jewel-embellished sweater will seamlessly take you from day to night.
Fossil went back-to-basics with this classic look—simple, tailored and suitable for almost any occasion.
Cache, known for its sultry cocktail attire, wowed with this abstract animal print mini-dress. The bias cut and 3/4 length sleeve create a flattering fit for even the body-conscious.
Bebe showed us that less is certainly not more this season. Texture mixing has proven to be a major contender in the trend game this fall.
It was military meets collegiate at True Religion, where the two inspirations met perfectly in the middle for this well-executed look.
Anthropologie has the perfect recipe of modern bohemian and eclectic preppy. The printed pants are an excellent accent to the military-inspired jacket and loose peplum.
Fall is all about layering and Francesca’s knows how to do it well; we love the reverse layering approach to styling this season.
Stay tuned to Style Notes for up-to-the-minute news and reviews of everything Saint Louis Fashion Week. Don’t just read about it, be about it—limited tickets are still available to the rest of the 10-day fashion roster.