This season’s biggest trends with the fashions of six notable South Bay boutiques

Et Cetera Fall 2018

  • Category
    Fashion
  • Photographed by
    Chad Michael Brooks
  • Styled by
    Tanya Monaghan
  • Hair & makeup by
    Erin Lynn Brooks
  • Shot in studio at UNITA

TREND: ROSE GOLD

Rose gold has become a pop culture phenomenon. Surprisingly versatile, it complements a wide range of skin tones and styles. No matter your wardrobe choice for the day, it just works. Not many pieces of jewelry have that kind of flexibility. And don’t forget your shoulder dusters. This season’s earrings are all about the drama … the longer the better.


HAMILTON BUTLER JEWELERS

14kt rose gold oval diamond pendant, $10,025
14kt white gold diamond bangle, $5,600
14kt rose gold diamond and moonstone bracelet, $3,080
14kt rose gold diamond and moonstone earrings, $2,015
14kt rose gold 7.37ct, $15,200
14kt rose gold diamond and moonstone ring, $4,350
14kt rose gold hexagonal rose cut diamond band, $10,895
14kt rose gold diamond and pink tourmaline ring by Sirciam, $2,954
14kt rose gold diamond and moonstone ring, $2,240
14kt rose gold oval diamond ring, $28,000


200 Pier Avenue, Suite 301, Hermosa Beach
310-374-7700 | hamiltonbutlerjewels.com
Facebook: hamiltonbutlerjewels | Instagram: @Hamilton-Butler-Jewels

 

TREND: CORDUROY

The retro fabric from the ‘80s and ‘90s is back with a fresh new take. Corduroy for fall is being applied to every wardrobe staple including shirts, skirts, pants, jackets, dresses and shoes. Cords are basically the velour version of denim, which also means they can be worn with anything. The bonus for wearing corduroy: The velvety texture will help keep you warm in the fall.


PLANET BLUE AT THE POINT

Striped Dusty sweater by Rue Stiic, $150
East Coast flare corduroy pants by Rollas, $99
Vintage polka dot bandana by Chan Luu, $38


840 S. Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite B102, El Segundo
310-616-3380  |  shopplantetblue.com  |  thepointsb.com  |  Social: @shopplanetblue

TREND: SUITING

The power suit is back, and it’s more versatile than you think. The idea is to bring the suit to a place where business meets pleasure. You can wear it as a power suit buttoned up, ready for business, or you can dress it down for everyday wear, pairing it with a graphic T-shirt and sneakers or booties.


MARGARET O’LEARY

Black tux jacket, $385
Black pleated pull on pant, $198
Sol Angeles tee, $78
Jolie cobra clutch, $210
Blue cashmere wrap, $255
Metallic Willow bootie, $425


margaretoleary.com  |  Facebook: margaretolearycollection  |  Twitter & Instagram: @MargaretOLeary

TREND: LAYERING

Length is key to the art of layering jewelry. Layer different length chains to let each pendant necklace have its own moment and shine. A simple gold chain is easy to build upon with more necklaces—whether you want to weave in chokers, pendants or just multiple layered chains. The pinky ring is also a strong jewelry trend. The star signet ring is both masculine and dainty and has shown a colorful past from the Victorian era to mobsters and rappers.


MORGAN’S JEWELERS TORRANCE

Diamond 18k yellow gold ear climbers by Norman Covan, $ 6,750
Diamond 14k yellow gold pave bar ring by Jordan Scott designs, $725
Diamond 14k yellow gold triple bar ring by Jordan Scott, $1,650
Diamond 14k yellow gold thin bypass ring by Jordan Scott Designs, $580
Diamond fancy 18k yellow gold infinity ring by GGR jewels, $2,250
Pinky ring in 18k yellow gold with letter “M” by Shay Jewelry, $1,670
Diamond pave triangle 16” necklace 14k yellow gold by Jordan Scott Designs diamond, $1,680
Diamond tapered stick 16” necklace in 14k yellow gold by Jordan Scott Designs, $730
Diamond bezel set lariat in 16”–18” necklace in 14k yellow gold by Morgan’s Collection, $785
Martellato hinged diamond bangle in 18k yellow gold by Roberto Coin, $12,300
Diamond open rectangle link bangle in 14k yellow gold by Morgan’s Collection, $1,900
Pave diamond fang bypass bangle in 14k yellow gold by Morgans Collection, $2,795
Pave diamond bar ID bracelet in 14k yellow gold by Morgan’s Collection, $2,350


22200 Hawthorne Boulevard, Torrance  |  310-375-4471  |  morgansjewelers.com
Facebook: morgansjewelerstorrance  |  Twitter: @MorgansJewelers  |  Instagram: @MorgansJewelers

TREND: PATTERN MIXING

Dressing shouldn’t have too many rules, and here is one trend that gives you permission to have fun. You can mash and mix heritage classics, textures and prints. You can choose to either clash the patterns and colors with unusual pairings, or choose a unifying color to blend the prints. The choice is yours.


TRINA TURK

Cowl neck leopard print club soda top, $298
Highland Park pant in Glen plaid, $278
Polished gold 3 Rib twist ring, $84
Polished gold and black enamel ring, $108
Polished gold wavy adjustable size ring, $90
Gold Sunset Blvd heels, $198


333 Manhattan Beach Boulevard, Manhattan Beach
310-303-3153  |  trinaturk.com  |  Facebook: @trinaturk  |  Instagram: @trinaturk  |  Twitter: @shoptrinaturk

TREND: TRENCH COAT

No longer a preppy staple, the trench coat has re-energized the classic coat. The silhouette is popping up in fresh new fabrics and can even be worn with sportswear for a fashionable street look. This look is anything but preppy and is extremely versatile.


LULULEMON AT THE POINT 

Cloud Crush waterproof jacket, $228
Free to be Moved strappy sports bra in quicksand/porcelain pink, $68
Ready to Rulu jogger pant in heathered arctic plum color, $108
Out of Range weekend duffle bag, $158


840 S. Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite B108, El Segundo
310-640-9476  |  lululemon.com  |  thepointsb.com  |  Instagram: @lululemonla Facebook: @lululemonla

Meet the Talent

These are the faces behind the South Bay’s style trends. Let’s get better acquainted, shall we?


Christopher Martinez
Store Manager — Lululemon

How would you describe your style in six words?
Fashionable, performance, functional, fun, powerful and luxurious.

What design trends are you most looking forward to this fall/winter season?
Our beautiful, in-depth fall color story.

What is the key to your brand success?
The experience we offer for our guests and the close bond with our local South Bay community.


Trina Turk
Creative Director — Trina Turk

How would you describe your style in six words?
Colorful, creative, modern, directional, optimistic and fun.

What design trends are you most looking forward to this fall/winter season?
I love plaids in fall/winter—a menswear-inspired jacket or a kick flare trouser, but of course with a pop of color to give it a feminine twist.

What’s one essential item every customer should have in her closet?
Something leopard!


Joni Hamilton and Shelia Butler
Owners — Hamilton Butler Jewels

How would you describe your style in six words?
Life is short, buy the jewelry.

What’s the one style item you can’t live without?
Earrings, the jewelry equivalent to eight hours of sleep.

Where are we most likely to find you when you’re not working?
Baran’s 2239 … amazing food and great people.


Margaret O’Leary
Design Director/CEO — Margaret O’Leary

What design trends are you most looking forward to this fall/ winter season?
Cashmere is my all-time favorite yarn, and you will find lots of this luxe yarn in my fall/winter collection.

What’s one essential item every customer should have in her closet?
My favorite pieces are those I believe will stand the test of time. Therefore, everyone should invest in the perfect-fit cashmere sweater.

Where are we most likely to find you when you’re not working?
When I am not in the design studio, I love to shop flea markets around the world for inspiration.


Melissa Varon Weinberg
Third Generation — Morgan’s Jewelers, Torrance

How would you describe your style in six words?
Chic with a touch of edge.

What design trends are you most looking forward to this fall/winter season?
Chunky chains and bangles, large hoop earrings, overall statement pieces that make any outfit go from basic to beautiful. Think 80’s bold gold.

What’s the one style item you can’t live without?
My Rolex Daytona. It goes everywhere with me.

 

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