The Best Of Fall & Winter Trends...

October 07, 2016

Whether you are a free spirit, a woman that embraces luxury and elegance, a present-day bohemian or prefer simplicity at its finest, our collection of fashions allows you to make a statement and to be comfortable, all at one time.

#Resortist here....After the major fashion events worldwide had wrapped, it’s time to set up the Fall & Winter trends for 2016/2017. The biggest trends of the season are an exquisite curation from the catwalks shows staged at London, Milan, New York, and Paris Fashion Weeks by the best fashion designers and the best high-end fashion houses.  As we touch on a few, fashion lovers can now embrace and plan for the season ahead...


The Cold Shoulder

The Cold Shoulder is a "MUST-HAVE".  Whether its a ladylike dress, heavy knitwear, casual top or even in outerwear, to be in, you must have the cold shoulder in your wardrobe!

Seagrass has a variety of options for you from todays hottest brands like: Monrow, Willow & Clay, Free People and For Love & Lemons.



Velvet is huge and is the bigger fabric trend for 2016/2017, but feeling fluid rather than futsy.  Velvet dresses, cardigans & hoodies, pants and blazers.  

Seagrass would like to introduce you to this trend with designers like: Johnny Was, JWLA, Kendall & Kylie and Anama.


Military Chic

The military trend occupying there fashion scene this season, but most notably, a highlight to the military jacket revamped.  You will also find shirt dresses with military inspired details and embellishments.

Gets your hands on this trend with brands like: Free People, Willow & Clay, Anama and Day & Mood.


The Bomber Jacket

Like the cold shoulder, the bomber jacket is a "MUST" this Fall/Winter.  Worn two-tone over a mini dress or styled simply with jeans and a tee, the bomber jacket is making a comeback.  Colors like olive, wine or blush.  Mixing feminine and the military, it's an urban style essential.  

Seagrass has a variety of options for you from todays hottest brands like: Free People, Fate by LFD, Monrow and Benjamin Jay.