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30 Transitional Outfits From Russian Fashion Week

„You always want what you can’t have” doesn’t just go for lovers and carbs. The phrase extends to clothing — especially at the end of every season. We don’t want it to be freezing cold. But, as soon as it starts to warm up we miss all the cozy sweaters and fun overcoats we didn’t get around to wearing this winter. Then, the scramble starts and we enter a weeklong transitional period during which we’re definitely over-layering. In Moscow, however, that’s not a problem this time of year. Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Russia just wrapped up — quite literally — with street style stunners still strutting in their cold-weather gear. That said, this lesser-known Fashion Week is definitely a contender for our best-dressed list. After all, at the end of the world-wide whirl of show-going and curb-side flaunting, you should have a little more fun with the ensembles you sport. From breezy bowlers to flying fringe, here are our top snaps of Moscow’s most creative fashion set. 1 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. A long fake belt, cozy coat doesn’t have to be drab. 2 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. The taupe-plaid-and-white ensemble is perfect for the transition between seasons.3 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Laughter is the best accessory. 4 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. The ’70s, man. Get used to it. 5 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Sometimes, stars and studs > stars and stripes.6 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. A printed suit is a great transitional outfit that’s full of attitude. 7 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Turn your outerwear into an indoor/outdoor outfit with a big bow to finish off the look.8 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Get that breeze, girl — show some shoulder. 9 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. A vest is a great layering piece — or only piece!10 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Volume on the bottom always looks good with a moto jacket on top.11 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Socks under Mary Janes make a look cozier. 12 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. It’s really all you need. 13 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Flashes of athletic pink, FTW.14 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. What’s fake lv bags black and white, and red all over? (What? It wrote itself!)15 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Stripes on stripes on black on white.16 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Statement coats look better in pairs. 17 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Find fun new ways to wear faux fur, like this mix between a collar and a stole.18 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Apres-ski, ’80s parkas still look good today. (Especially when louis vuitton faux handbags they’re this shiny.)19 of Replica Louis Vuitton Monogram Palm Springs Backpack Mini 30Photographed by Craig Arend. A rocker tee balances Louis Vuitton Neo Neverfull Beige 607360 a rather froufrou jacket. 20 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. There’s something about green outerwear, y’all — it’s everywhere!21 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Karl gloves and a white, caped blazer — check and check! 22 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Rolling your sweats means you can wear them to Fashion Week. 23 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. All about that fringe. 24 of 30Photographed by Buy the cheap Louis Vuitton Monogram Canvas Eva Clutch from our Monogram line of fake LV bags and accessories and get high quality items. Craig Arend. Looks like someone didn’t get the hat memo.25 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. That little bag, though!26 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Long-haired coats are yet another reason we need a wind machine at all times. 27 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Different heights (but equally fierce purses) for different folks. 28 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. Platform friends.29 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. We’re obsessed with this two-coats-in-one look. 30 of 30Photographed by Craig Arend. One big bow wraps this up quite nicely.

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