Did anyone happen to catch their favorite designers show at New York Fashion Week? If I'm lucky enough, I hope to attend a show or two in the future (I'm working on it! :)) but for now, I'm perfectly happy looking through pictures and videos online. One thing that I noticed about some Spring 2014 collections was their use of the grid pattern. Lela Rose showcased the grid pattern on her feminine silhouettes while Sally LaPointe featured the design on a baggy jacket. L.A.M.B. produced a sexy grid patterned skirt with a high slit to show off the legs while Christian Siriano showcased the design in a feminine drop waist skirt. And last but not least, Robert Rodriguez incorporated the grid pattern in deep v-neck blouse.
What I love about the grid design is that you can style it in different ways despite it's seemingly simple pattern. I made some mood boards of clothing that had the grid pattern so you can transition it into your wardrobe easily.
(hat: Biltmore Felt Fedora | Earrings: Benevolent Jewels | Top: H&M | Pants: J.Crew Toothpick jean | Socks: Happy Socks Leopard socks | Boots: h by Hudson Horrigan Boots)
(Top: Early Light Top | Skirt: Avery Leather Skirt | Scarf: J.Crew Grid Scarf | Shoes: Jeffrey Cambell Bethany | Bracelets: Free People Hard Bangle Set | Bag: Botkier Honoroe Satchel)
For the cooler months coming up, add something new to your scarf collection with a grid patterned scarf like this one from J. Crew. Pair it with this fun cut-out blouse from Need Supply and leather skirt. Finish it off with some of your favorite heels or ankle boots and some bracelets.
(Outfit: Steven Alan | Necklace: Benevolent Jewels Frozen Berries necklace | Clutch: Moyna Oval Stone Medallion | Shoe: ALDO Pudil)