The Only 5 Trends You Need to Try This Fall
Before we get started, let us just throw it out there—there’s a slew of gorgeous fall trends this season. While it would honestly be a dream to try every single one of them, most of us don’t have the resources to step out in the latest runway look day in and day out. Fortunately, you can master the It autumn vibe by adopting five key trends.
Below, we rounded up our “fall fashion short list,” which features the key trends and items worth testing out right now. Seriously—consider the looks coming at you and you’ll be on par with just about every major fashion girl of the moment. And who doesn’t want that, right?
Keep scrolling for our guide, featuring runway and street style images to inspire and show you how to wear each of the trends. Plus, shop each trend for every budget, too. We have a feeling you’re going to fall in love (yes, we just went there) with everything ahead.
Your favorite jeans are getting a complete makeover this season, as designers like Miu Miu and Tome reimagined classic denim pieces featuring unique silhouettes and more interesting details like patches and raw hems.
Like Valentino, Prada, and so many more designers proved—velvet is the trend to test out this season. And there are so many ways to test out the look—whether that’s a velvet bomber, pair of booties, dress, or anything in between.
The simplest way to stand out? Go for your not-so-basic accessories—like a colorful pair of ankle boots or a bag with interesting details like crystals and pearls.
The athleisure trend isn’t going anywhere anytime soon—just turn to Vetements, Balenciaga, and Stella McCartney for proof. Incorporate a bomber jacket, a cool pair of track pants, or sneakers into your ensemble and you’ll look like the epitome of cool.
Vetements Cropped Embroidered Cotton-Blend Hooded Sweatshirt ($960)
Try this hoodie with a pair of high-waisted jeans and sneakers when you're running around.
It’s no secret that pretty, bohemian dresses are staples in the summer months, but like we saw on the runways from Etro to Roberto Cavalli, they’re actually just as prevalent when it’s cooler outside (especially layered with turtleneck sweaters and jackets).
Which trend will you try first? Let us know in the comments below.