Fall style at the Luxury & Supercar Weekend

luxury supercar weekend fall style

Luxury & Supercar Weekend lifestyle show held at VanDusen Botanical Garden was the perfect setting to view the latest fall fashions from Only Oakridge top designer retailers.

Earlier this year, New York Fashion Week Fall 2017 runway shows signaled a clear direction away from the expensive casual sneakers, ripped jeans and crop top looks. Gone are last year’s Betty White tracksuits for going shopping or pajamas dressing at nightclubs, the fashion pendulum has now moved towards a smart and polish style for autumn.

Luxurious camel, red and teal now compliment the traditional grey, navy and black tones for fall. Baby blue from spring season continues to be predominant in outerwear as we approach the fall season.

I will be exploring more on fall trends in an upcoming post, for the moment here are some of the top designer looks from the Only Oakridge fall fashion show.

Above photo: Geometic silk dress, hooded coat & Monopolis bag by MaxMara | Simon Lau

luxury supercar weekend fall style

Sheer blush dress, silk scarf & knit cardigan by Marc Cain | Photo Simon Lau

luxury supercar weekend fall style

Laser cut dress, stud pump & handbag by Michael Kors | Photo Simon Lau

luxury supercar weekend fall style

Baldassari shirt & blazer, Dolce & Gabbana trouser by Harry Rosen | Photo: Simon Lau

luxury supercar weekend fall style

Red Valentino foral shorts & coat, turtleneck, Hibourama mink handbag from BluBird | Photo Simon Lau

luxury supercar weekend fall style

Draped jersey dress & poweder blue coat by MaxMara | Photo: Simon Lau

luxury supercar weekend fall style

Karl Lagerfeld Tweed Jacket & Skirt, The Hudson’s Bay | Photo: Simon Lau

luxury supercar weekend fall style

Tempo Italy sleeve-less vest, turtle-neck, trouser & Elena Ghiselin handbag from Bluebird | Photo: Simon Lau

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