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Trend Alert: Special Runway Edition! Plumage

I am in a trend alert lull. Don't get me wrong - there are always enough trends to go around. But you see, we're at this point in the season where the Summer sales are dwindling down but we're being romanced by the new collections in the glossy mags - though items are not yet fully in stores.

I'm ready for Fall! There, I said it. I'm not necessarily ready to shop (or ready for the weather) but I'm ready to feature the new trends and fresh Fall offerings. While in this fashion flux, I was browsing through the Fashion Fix Runway Style group and thought it would be fun to zero in on some of the more dramatic Fall trends to see if you all dig them, loathe them and, most importantly, are inspired by them.

Let's begin with a little plumage shall we? Feathers floated, flocked and freaked out on the runways. While I think the luxurious lightweight material can add a certain something to a hem or lovely texture, I'll take my plumage Louis Vuitton style (middle). While it is quite elegant for evening, as exhibited by Marchesa (left); it can also leave you looking like a freak show, like on British designer Giles' runway (right). A trend I think only the wealthy or red carpet worthy will end up pulling off - I am already fearing feathery knock offs. Does this trend ruffle your feathers? Or are you feather ready?

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mrspiven mrspiven 9 years
i could never pull off feathers. i don't know many people who can, and there are almost no circumstance where i think they would be appropriate unless you're christina aguilera at the mtv awards.
Whitski Whitski 9 years
yes very unnecessary plumage going on here, not that i dont appreciate fashion but come on. i agree with comment 11. not practical
ThePerfectScore ThePerfectScore 9 years
I do love the 1st dress... but for the other looks... WHY OH WHY did they have to kill a bird!
kikidawn kikidawn 9 years
lol cindee ... so true!
kikidawn kikidawn 9 years
lol cindee ... so true!
MrsJigglesworth MrsJigglesworth 9 years
love them!
MrsJigglesworth MrsJigglesworth 9 years
love them!
kelli07 kelli07 9 years
Nice to look at--too high maintenance for the functional world.
Lovecat Lovecat 9 years
Not a fan of the feather look. Maybe on the runway...but in real
sweetheart_450 sweetheart_450 9 years
I agree with MotoLinz.
sweetheart_450 sweetheart_450 9 years
I agree with MotoLinz.
mommie mommie 9 years
I like small amount of plumage from time to time.
MotoLinz MotoLinz 9 years
I'm not digging the feathers, but I am ready for fall clothing.
vienvien vienvien 9 years
Lovely collection but I don't know how plummage would be translated in the real world
Maria84 Maria84 9 years
Oh that first dress is beautiful.
KrisSugar KrisSugar 9 years
I'm ready for fall too. Cooler weather, fireplace smell, and football. and of course cute fall clothes!
lemuse20 lemuse20 9 years
Too bad Bjork didn't save that dress for later. Are these designers for real?! Plumage: no no NO!
cindeerella cindeerella 9 years
soon we'll be seeing loose feathers scattered on the ground
redegg redegg 9 years
Love all of them, would wear the middle, LV look in a heartbeat!
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