Fall 2019 Top Fashion Trends!

on October 19, 2020

For most of the year, the weather dictates what we wear. Steamy temperatures limit us to lightweight skirts and shirts in the summer, and winter’s blustery winds and below-freezing days force us to wear a parka and snow boots wherever we go.

But fall? Fall is when we can wear what we want, whenever we want. Our outfits aren’t covered by necessary jackets or drenched in sweat stains the second we leave the house — it’s no secret then when it comes to style, fall reigns supreme.

When summer comes to a close, it feels like there’s a buzz in the air about the excitement the new season has to offer; it always feels like a new beginning, and there’s nothing like that first crisp day where we trade in our sandals for a walk to work in our most-loved booties. Well, the time has come, Here are the top trends that you’ll be seeing all throughout fall 2019:


1) Suited & Belted Blazers

Blazers stole our hearts seasons ago, but this fall, the androgynous shape is taking a closer step toward femininity with more shape-defining silhouettes. Invest in a blazer with a built-in belt, or make the trend your own (and your wallet happy) by adding a belt over one that you already own.


2) Plaid Skirt

When it comes to trends, plaid for fall is about as groundbreaking as florals for spring; but that doesn’t take away from the fact that the pattern will be everywhere once the temps drop. Make it less middle-school-uniform skirt and more working woman with patterns on tailored silhouettes and of-the-moment shapes.


3) Period Pieces

While it’s no secret that we’re a sucker for a romantic sleeve, this season is taking it to the next level with higher necklines and more Victorian-era inspired patterns. Pair with your favorite denim for both your newest and easiest go-to look.


4) Shades of Green

Shades of green have already been popping up this spring and summer, and it’s not slowing down for fall. Take a cue from designers like Marc Jacobs and Sally Lapointe, and deck yourself out in a variety of shades of green — with an emphasis on lighter, pistachio-inspired hues.


Source: theeverygirl.com


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