Shop Now: Feathers For Fall’17

Dana Mortada   |   10 - 10 - 2017

From casual street to over-the-top exaggeration, these fluffy details are making a very strong comeback.

 

The Fall Winter 2017 runways showed plenty of feathers sprouting out of satin sandals and peeking out from hems, proving that feathers are finally becoming street-friendly and are not just pretty on couture gowns.

 

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Left to Right: Balenciaga, J.W. Anderson, Elie Saab (FW17 Collections)

 

We spotted feathery details at Balenciaga, with models nearly covered in flurry of feathers from head-to-toe; also at Miu Miu and J.W. Anderson we saw many skirts and dresses adorned with feathers; and delicate feather embellishments were also seen on the sleeves and hems at Alexander McQueen and Elie Saab.

 

Designers created a new blend of fabrics that makes this fluffy material look fresher and suitable for day-wear. Not to worry, if you still need more time to get used to this bird trend, there are many stylish feather accented accessories like shoes, bags and jewellery.

 

As it appears, this year is all about celebrating feminism and the addition of feathers for an instant glamorous touch to your Fall look.

 

Nina Ricci

Miu Miu

Alice + Olivia

Lanvin

Rosantica

Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

Roger Vivier

Prada

Simone Rocha

Oscar de la Renta

Prada

Nina Ricci

Purple ostrich feather adorned dress

Miu Miu

Swarovski crystal and feather embellished satin slides

Alice + Olivia

Feather embellished lace mini-dress

Lanvin

Purple python mini-bag

Rosantica

Gold tone feather embellished waist belt

Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

Feather and leather trimmed jacket

Roger Vivier

Feather and crystal adorned satin sandals

Prada

Feather trimmed printed dress

Simone Rocha

Velvet slides embellished with feather

Oscar de la Renta

Feather, crystal and bead earrings

Prada

Feather trimmed satin sandals

Get a head start on the trend and check out our 11 best feather pieces you need to buy now.

 

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