Pumpkins, apple cider and crispy fall leaves will soon be here. Emily Irons of In Support Of — a clothing store located on 324 W 13th St. — has five tips to get you in style for autumn.
In Support Of
342 W. 13th St.
New York, NY 10014
In Support Of began in 2014 under the winning team of Tanya Sheikh & Ivan Gilkes. Located at 342 W 13th Street in the Meatpacking District of NYC, the store features clothing and other items that are distinctive and intricate, as well as wearable and fresh. The team at In Support Of loves pieces that have a voice and tell a story, designs with an innate sense of beauty in a wide palette of colors and prints. In Support Of aims to sell designs constructed with quality materials that embody a tastefully modern look to customers who value creative, quality clothing.
Quilts are back and better than ever. This includes quilted items like pants from Wolcott: Takemoto; to quilted detailing — like flowers on outerwear from Steven Tai. This year, it will be all be about updates and fun details for fall garments.
Layered Slip Dresses
Dresses aren’t going anywhere and will be bigger than ever in the fall. Specifically everyone will be wearing layered slip dresses. Emily Irons notes that not only have slip dresses made a huge comeback, but people won’t be able to wait to be able layer them to keep wearing as fall turns into winter.
“We’re already putting together outfits layering our thin turtlenecks and mock neck T-shirts beneath the slips,” Irons said.
This upcoming fall it will be all about putting a new spin on the layering.
“This season, we made sure to invest in pieces that could be worn multiple ways. A lot of the garments we selected for the store have buttons or snaps along the sides in order to be worn alone or layered over pants, skirts, or a slip dress,” the gang at In Support Of said.
Ruffles are a somewhat unexpected trend for fall/winter, but according to Irons she’s keeps seeing ruffles accenting garments in unexpected places. The store will soon be receiving pieces from NYC based designer Allina Liu, which have ruffled accents, placed throughout items such as trousers, tops and dresses.
Updates On Classic Silhouettes
The classic looks will always be around, but this fall they will have a slightly newer look to them. This fall you’ll see a lot of modern touches on wardrobe staples. Such as items like as button up oxfords and crew neck sweaters have cut out detailing on the shoulders and necks, turning a staple piece into a statement piece.
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