While most of the assortments and presentations still looked like fall/autumn, these were the looks I saw lots of and still looked good to me…….so,

KEEP GOING with these, and use as confirmation for your fall ideas.

TEXTURE any way you can create novelty surface interest so
nothing is just solid and flat.

Tweed and tweeded effects are #1. Keep going with marls, nubs, strie, thick and thin.

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Surface dimension– raised surfaces, embossing, brushing, jacquards, quilting, applique

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Sweater stitches–think beyond cables.

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Zipper Detail Continues

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Sweatshirt styling–the simple body in novelty fabrics, patterns, textures.

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About Fran Yoshioka

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