Fall is here, and one thing stand out when you hit the stores. Grey looks good for fall.. What’s so interesting is that so many of the new arrivals are outfits that are showing you how to wear grey. From contemporary to designer price points, there are so many silhouettes to explore. Some looks are red hot trendy, and others are more classic. Both look good. From casual looks to dressed up dresses, grey looks good for fall. Why not come on a tour of some of the stores in New York with a NYC private shopping tour. Let’s explore some of the new finds.
This look by Miu Miu is everywhere this season. Even in the Prada collection. The super-short skirt, oversize jacket are copied everywhere. And interesting fact, the looks are all shown with tights so the legs look smooth and pampered. Do it in grey, and it’s even better.
A grey blazer, in a subtle pattern, is key this season too. Pairing it with wide denim pants and a fairisle sweater make it new. This look proves that grey looks good for fall.
This slim grey coat stands out with its exagerated lapels and dropped notch collar.
This coat from Vince has a classic shawl collar with sleeves that push up. Casual and chic.
Miu Miu also does a longer coat in grey wool. It too is a classic with a notched collar.
Tonal grey shapes are artfully pieced toggether here. The dolman armhole also looks innovative when working with the curved shapes.
And a simple grey herringbone coat is also a classic. Many coats are cut a bit longer this year.
Suits are back this year. A grey pinstripe looks business-like. Cutting the pleated skirt short gives it new life.
Another grey suit that plays with the concepts of suits has flared cropped pants. This looks young and fun.
This suit is more classic, with wider pants. Grey always looks good when paired with a crisp white shirt.
Zadig and Voltaire designed this grey suit. The fabric is a jacquard that was woven just for them, and it is their logo in tonal greys. It is a very subtle pattern.
This suit has a simple skirt, but the jacket is quite intricate. It is layer after layer of jackets of different lengths collaged together.
Chanel often works in grey. The jacket is made from a nubby grey tweed. After pairing it with a short skirt, Virginie Viard added white lace tights to frame the look. Again, tights are back too.
Theory likes grey too. And brings back head to toe dressing. A simple charcoal sweater is paired with a knife pleated skirt,
A leather pleated mini-skirt is younger, but when paired with a grey cashmere turtleneck, it reads a little more serious.
And not all skirts need to be pleated. This light grey leather skirt is short and sweet.
For a relaxed look, try and oversized grey shirtover a pair of wide brick pants. It is a good mix of colors.
And the French label, Rouje, does a tonal grey flowery jackquard in a head to toe knit sweater and skirt. look. They pair everything with boots this season.
And greys can mix together. A long pale grey cardigan is classic. And a Nordic fairisle with shots of grey is very this season. However, the silver parka is the stand-out piece here.
This head to toe grey ensemble and sweater is a bit heavy looking. If the pieces were tonal, it would look a bit newer.
Sacai knows how to do this. The dress on the left splices different shades of greys to black into an interesting dress. The back is even color-blocked. It’s more fun than the long grey dress to the right.
A grey silk wrap dress is a better fit for a solid look. The diagonal hem adds something. to this day to night look.
And Carolina Herrera does a dressy look that is chic, yet different. The tonal greys are simple, but powerful. And the red mannequin hints at how some btight accessories could pop this look. It proves that grey looks good for fall.