Believe it or not, we are officially into the fall season, and with that, a whole new season of trends to try out.
Paris/France – From unexpected color combination to new takes on suiting to a refreshed approach to dressing up, these styles, as seen on runways, red carpets, and city streets, are worth taking for a test derive this fall.
Bold colors are making a comeback this fall, which chartreuse in particular emerging as an ideal color for this transitional season. Somewhere between yellow and green, this color pairs well with other earthy tones like stone gray and ivory.
Relaxed fits are the style du jour this fall, and the same goes for suiting. Pants feature wide legs, blazers are slouchy and boxy, and even button – down shirts are being worn oversize as dresses or light jackets.
Jeans and skirts are sitting lower on the hips these says, referencing the low – rise styles of the early 2000s. While starlets of the early aughts may have worn low – rise jeans in faded washes and ruffled mini skirts paired with T – shirts, today’s low – rise ensemble balance showing off abs and hips with sophistication, often worn with matching structured tops of jackets.
Get back to school days roots with preppy – inspired pieces like tennis skirts, letterman jackets, cable knits, and plaids. If you’re looking to add some edge to such pieces, pair with study materials like leather and metals.
As that temperature gets cooler, the coats are getting longer. Maxi coats that hit between the shins and ankles were all over the runways and will be all over colder locales this winter as well. These chic coats can make even a simple sweatsuit look elegant, so they’ll be go – to pieces for anyone who has fully embraced athleisure dressing. They also look just as lovely with a classic T-shirt and jeans.
100 years after the 1990s, we’re seeing the styles of the decade reemerge in out own roaring 20s. Pearly jewelry, drops waist and pinstripes are once again en vogue, with designers offering modern variations on 20s staples for a look that balances old and new.
Over the past few years, clothing companies have been blurring the lines between loungewear and ‘outside’ clothing, from Hill House popularizing the nap dress to any number of companies creating dressed – up sweatpants and other hybrid pieces. Now lingerie – inspired items are making their way into outfits on the street, from slip dresses and bloomers to lacy camisoles. Kristen Stewart’s Venice Film Festival outfit, a silk slip over bloomers courtesy of Chanel, cemented the idea that sleepwear isn’t just for the home these days.
If you are going to add one statement accessory to your wardrobe this season, let it be a fun pair of printed tights. Not only can you find a style for an affordable price, but you can instantly transform even the simplest of outfits into a statement – maker with a bold pair of printed or colorful rights, all while keeping your legs warm, too!