Style Snapped: What to wear to Denver Fashion Weekend

Denver Fashion Weekend is approaching! It’s that time of year to dress your best for the 303 Magazine’s most fashionable weekend. The events will last from Thursday to Saturday, with a fashion show by local Denver boutiques and a hair show by the best salons. Denver Fashion Weekend will be an event to remember and definetly one not to miss. Having trouble with what to wear? We have that covered. From printed leggings to sequin jackets DFW is the time to show off your latest fashion finds. Here are a few ideas for you on what to wear to the shows.
For information on everything DFW, please visit the DFW website and remember to RESERVE YOUR DFW RUNWAYS SEATS.
what to wear to DFW
Printed leggings are popular this season. Pair these All Saints leggings with a great wool blazer to keep you warm and to look chic as well. A simple clutch and some burgundy boots will be the ultimate accessories to top this outfit off!
Pants, blazer, boots, and clutch – All Saints
Looking for something more trendy? Leather accents are the way to go. This 10 Crosby by Derek Lam jersey dress with leather sleeves is the perfect find. Pair with a bold, red pair of booties. Add a statement necklace and a cocktail ring for the cherry on top.
Dress – 10 Crosby Derek Lam, Ring – Elizabeth and James, Shoes – Giuseppe Zanotti, Necklace – DANNIJO
Sequins are a must for this fall and winter. There’s no better time to pull out your sequin jacket then for DFW. This Iro sequin jacket (found at Goldyn), is a great investment piece for your fall and winter wardrobe. Pair this with a simple black dress, a leopard print clutch, cobalt heels and you will be sure to make a fashion statement at DFW.
Jacket and dress – Iro, Shoes – Boutique 9, Clutch – Mrs. Robinson
Red leather pants. Enough said. These Theory leather pants will sure turn some heads. Pair with this amazing wool jacket with leather trim by Iro and a simple long black tank underneath. A cocktail ring will keep your jewelry simple and elegant black booties help complete this look for something fierece.
Pants – Theory, Jacket – Iro, Ring – House of Harlow 1960, Tank – T by Alexander Wang, Shoes – Rupert Sanderson

1 comment
  1. I really love outfit number 1 — but, I'm kind of on a blazer kick right now, so maybe that's why!

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