For Fashion's Night Out, Valley dwellers turned up in their chicest, sleekest duds. We snapped away at the fashionable frolicking at Scottsdale Fashion Square and The Saguaro's after party and found plenty of trend-conscious attendees. Here are our five favorite looks we spotted last night.
We don't know if these three ladies planned to have their pic taken together, but damn if they don't look like they were styled to complement each other.
The resort tones of electric blue, neon pink (that bag!), and deep, palm green look fall-ready paired with bell bottoms, a high-low hemline, and that covetable circle skirt.
This crew gets bonus points for pairing the high-voltage colors casually with neutral tones.
Maxi skirts for fall = thank you, God. We simply aren't ready to throw this ankle-skimming trend by the wayside. This look from the Neiman Marcus fashion show reveals an elevated, fashion-forward look for fall -- a happy upgrade from the piece's usual relegation to summer cover-up.
Styled with a motorcycle jacket in an unexpected, textured fabric (sup, YSL pre-fall?) and a cowl neck sweater in snowy white, it's an outfit we'd be glad to see mimicked around town.
As if we needed further proof that all one needs to look stylish is an airy button-down blouse and well-fitted pants (Katharine Hepburn, anyone?).
This duo's elevated casual look is the fashionable alternative to T-shirts, shorts, and flip-flops. A+.
You'd think that bright, canary yellow dress accessorized with a skinny belt and turquoise jewelry would steal the show. But that immaculate black-and-white checkered bow tie and blazer are giving the look a serious run for its money.
Daring? Yes. But this Dries Van Noten pants-skirt-centered ensemble brings wearable, lush fall tones to a mix-and-match look. Pumpkin orange, a blushing pink plaid jacket, an Asian-influenced shirt pattern of flowers and fish, and a nautical rope necklace all satisfyingly combine into a surprising and striking embodiment of seasonal wear.
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