New York magazine’s recent cover story on Nordstrom’s latest fashion trend, the halter dress.
The article featured images of a pair of white halter dresses, with the words “Nordstrom’s New Trend” scrawled in big block letters across the front.
The halter has been a fixture of Nordstrom for years, with some retailers adding the accessory to their selection.
But now, with a slew of online stores now offering halter-inspired products, the brand is facing the prospect of a new wave of consumer demand.
In fact, this is the first time that Nordstrom has ever launched a line of halter styles that is not only inspired by the halters, but also the brand’s signature “Halter dress.”
The trend started when designers such as Mimi Lecompte and Marc Jacobs introduced the idea of a halter to their own line of clothing.
Since then, designers have started wearing the look to showcase their own style or as a way to sell their collections.
In recent years, designers such for example Yves Saint Laurent and Yves St Laurent have also used the halberds to make fashion statements.
But it was the first of these trends to really take off, especially with designers like Karl Lagerfeld, who has been selling his own halberd for years.
So now that Nordosters halter is available online, can we look forward to the new halter trend for the first, and perhaps the last time?
According to the brands spokesperson, the line is now available online and will be available in store on Friday, October 26th.
The line will retail for $200 at Nordstroms website, but will be $350 at Nordos website.
So what can we expect?
The brand claims that the line will be able to be worn by everyone, so long as they wear a hoodie, a sweater, a blazer or a skirt.
They have also said that the halmeted halter will be comfortable, and that it is meant to be “tucked into a loose-fitting, low-rise blazer and worn with a dress.”
The line will also be available for men’s and women’s.
The brand says that “it will be easy to layer with matching blazers or dresses, and look great with a casual sweater.”
The halter, which is described as “one of the most iconic and versatile pieces of modern fashion, is made from the finest materials and is designed to fit seamlessly into a variety of outfits,” will be released in two styles: the “Boho” and “Pale Grey.”
What do you think of the halitur?