Wednesday Addams is all grown-up (and I mean that in a good way). Jill Stuart's Fall 2013 collection started with look after look of coordinated black outfits. Some sparkled, some had sheer, there was a lot of texture. The lengths were cute and short. A fur collar on one, tied on another, almost like an evolved version of the Gothic style icon.
Being a New Yorker, lots of black is perfect for my city lifestyle and the sexy/cute factor keeps it from being too dreary along with the gold and white accents. That's not to say there wasn't color at all. When I do wear color, it tends to be red, oxlood, purple and they had a grouping of pretty dresses that manipulated stripes and featured ruffles and fabric blooms.
I'm excited about the footwear here. I love the T-strap shoe and hoping its appearance on this runway signals the return of this flattering style. Clearly across many fashion shows, the bootie is here as a staple for another season. No complaints there. The hair for this fashion show is perfectly doable. It looks blown and brushed out (about the limit of my morning routine abilities).
What do you think of the modern Wednesday look?