2013 Fall Trend – Houndstooth

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Like it or not Fall is right around the corner.  It’s almost time to bring out your wooly scarves, sweaters and boots.  Once again fashion has influenced home décor in so many ways.  One of my favourite trends is definitely houndstooth.

houndstooth in fashion

Houndstooth, also known as dogstooth, is one of the biggest international trends for Fall 2013. This duo-tone patterned garment originated somewhere in the 1800s in Scotland, but soon travelled across the world and became a huge trend for the elite and aristocrats. Houndstooth is a great investment as it keeps making a comeback in fashion.

We have created new collections of wool throws; and of course these include houndstooth.  I love teaming these warm greys with a pop of red.  Shane has created some very nice art to enhance these collections.   

beautiful houndstooth textures

And here’s an example of houndstooth in home décor with pops of green.

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~Patti Houston, Owner

Patti Houston owner of Flüff Design & Decor

 

 

 

 


Fashion reference: Shop This

Fun information on Houndstooth Pattern: iDiva

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  1. Jean Burns says:

    Love it Patti, look forward to seeing you on the 18th.

    Jean

  2. Jean Burns says:

    Would love to know where to buy that coat the model is wearing?

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