Oh, Amazon—or as I lovingly refer to it: the 'zon. While once upon a time it might have been our destination for merely household products and various odds and ends, there's no question that today, it's a full-blown shopping destination for fashion girls. We turn to its wardrobe-basics section to stock up on our seasonal staples like turtlenecks and tees and rarely board a plane without having ordered these pre-flight essentials on Prime.
That said, the e-tailer has built up enough of a fashion section that we can now present you with our version of a fall trend report, only everything is from the 'zon and we made sure it's all priced under $100. First up, the "bourgeois" dressing trend that we saw in many iterations all over the F/W 19 runways. On Amazon, you'll find the updated wardrobe classics like trench coats and tailored jeans, which the retailer stocks in bulk. And then there are styles like romantic grunge dresses from Prada and sumptuous knits from No.21—versions of which all exist on Amazon.
Keep reading to see and shop the best cheap fall clothing on Amazon, according to the biggest trends in the game.
The Trend: Bourgeois Dressing
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Call it "boring" all you want, but this major fall trend is everywhere we look. Defined by elevated updates on classic wardrobe staples, it's more about separates than nailing down an overall aesthetic. We suggest adding pieces like a trench coat, tailored jeans, and silk scarves to your arsenal.
One of the coolest ways to be on trend this fall will be to master the art of layering your knits on top of each other. Whether you wear a coordinating top-and-pants set or layer one sweater over another, the lesson here with knits is the more, the merrier.
Leather separates have quickly risen to the top of every fashion girl's shopping list this fall, but the good news is that leather pieces only look expensive thanks to the plethora of faux-leather options out there. Whether it's a leather dress, top, skirt, or coat, there are so many cool ways to incorporate the sleek trend into your wardrobe this fall.
A romantic take on punk-rock motifs was found everywhere from Prada to Alexander McQueen. Not totally grunge yet not completely sweet, either, this trend proves that opposites really do attract. It combines the prettiest lace dresses with chunky combat boots for a look that exudes nothing but cool.
Pale-green shades reminiscent of dried sage and pistachio flooded the fall runways. While we love the idea of wearing head-to-toe pistachio, the expensive-looking neutral is just as good on its own via a sweater or trousers.