The Dark Neutrals also appeared quite often on the runway. The designers layered grays and blacks on top of each other, everything dark. This look is very sophisticated and wearable by the office working woman. Its something that reminds me of Donna Karan, because she is always designing things for the working class women. My favorite outfit from this trend was by Rag n Bone.
The designers go from all darks to bright pinks. Now for this trend I dont recommend going all out and buying a bunch of bright pink things because if you wear to much of it, you will look like a prostitute from the 80's. (just kidding). Find a cute dress or a shirt thats bright pink so you can wear this trend but not be overwelming in bright pink. I personally think Michael Kors got this right. He paired an adorable pink dress with pink shoes and a neutral necklace to make the dress pop even more.
The last one for this post is the Shiny Metallics. Is it just me or has this been "in" for a while now. I have quite a few metallic things but once again not really me. I like it in small doses. I like the way Derek Lam and Ralph Lauren did this. I'm sad to say that one of my favorite lines aka 3.1 Phillip Lim failed.