With the changing of seasons comes an excuse to buy new clothes and as I was browsing around the internet the other day, I noticed something... interesting. It seems as though designers didn't quite come to a consensus for their Fall 2017 collections and decided to take an eclectic approach. They're called "spliced" shirts for obvious reasons and I can get behind the power clashing of patterns, but the misalignment of the neck and hemlines just seems like poor construction to me (what with my vast knowledge of sewing and all...). I recognize bold choices are not uncommon for retailers like Asos, but then shirts like this kept popping up including t-shirts, blouses, and flannels. It got me wondering how many instances of a certain style constitute a trend and also how often trends are created from designers just messing with us...
P.S. Those of you who prefer a more masculine fit, fear not... there are shirts for you too!