Fashion Trends for 2010 by Utah StyleListe Magazine

In case you missed the Utah StyleListe Magazine evening of fashion, here are some photographs of our favorite pieces from the fashion show, showcasing upcoming trends for 2010.


This is one of my favorite looks!  Skinny jeans with open toed heels, and a peacock pattern top.  What a great Friday night outfit!


Love seeing bold colors like this in the dead of winter.


The feminine baby doll look is big this spring!


Can you imagine going out dancing in this textured skirt?


Boyfriend jeans are everywhere this year.


The drape front cardigan continues on for spring and gets a fresh update with the belted look.


Classic Ralph Lauren inspired look.


The ultra-versatile boyfriend blazer look.

utah-style-liste-fashion-show-yellow-dressYes!  Color!


The trench coat is a classic look, updated with these jet black leggings. This has such a great feel!


More leggings, paired with a tuxedo jacket and screen print top.


Congratulations to Utah StyleListe Magazine founder Kristen Woodall-Rafajko and stylist Jen Clyde for a successful Evening of Style!  For more photos from the evening, check out Andrea Hanks Photography.

At the evening of style, I had a chance to connect with Hilary and Justin from Alta MODA Bridal, Quinn and Angela from Created by Chicks, Eliana from The Style Manor and the fabulous gals from Enizio.

Watch for the first issue of Utah StyleListe magazine which will be available later in 2010.

What is your favorite look from these trends for 2010?

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5 thoughts on “Fashion Trends for 2010 by Utah StyleListe Magazine

  1. I think a lot of these fashions are available already especially through American Apparel and Urban Outfitters. It's a mixture of 80's/90's looks. It's cool but for a slimmer body type. The more feminine styles of the 50's is also where it's at. Channel a bit of the old school glamour and shapes. Word on the street is that a cleaned up version of punk grunge is coming in as well…more of a rockabilly style. Classic and fun.

  2. Thanks, Stephanie, for your comment. They had some more romantic looks as well, but they didn't all make it into the post. The nice thing about the longer jackets (boyfriend blazers, drape front cardigans, trench coats) is that they accommodate and camouflage a more triangular body type. Anyways, yes, these looks are definitely revived from an earlier time. Designers dusted them off and brought them back.

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