Alert: These Are the Next Big Designer It Accessories

I don't know about you, but the thing I get most excited about when fall approaches is the new crop of accessories. After summer's decidedly playful options (e.g., shell-embellished everything), the luxe boots, bags, and jewelry of fall feel considerably more substantial and timeless, making them very investment-worthy. If you've taken a scroll through Instagram recently, you probably noticed that among the bikini pics are plenty of detail shots of gorgeous new designer accessories, and I've been taking notes.

These days, most It accessories are born on Instagram, so that's the medium I've used to share the latest with you below. The thing that used to give me pause about It items is that everyone either has them, wants them, or has at least seen them a million times. But over the years, I've realized that because everyone's personal style is unique, it's very possible to make said It item look completely fresh. So if you love an item and have the budget for it, I say don't let the popularity of it hold you back. And if they're out of your budget, these items are dictating the F/W 19 accessory trends, so there's sure to be plenty of similar, lower-priced options on the market soon (if not already).

Mark my words: You're going to see the 11 accessories featured below everywhere.

Bottega Veneta Fondente Belt

Bottega Veneta everything is an It item right now, but this sculptural belt has been making a lot of appearances on my feed as of late. And it happens to be the perfect thing to cinch a coat with.

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Wandler Isa Pumps

Based on the runaway success of Wandler's Isa Mules this summer, it's only natural that stylish women have started to gravitate toward the square-toe, ankle-tie Isa pumps. I highly suggest ordering these while they're still in stock.

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Maison Margiela Glam Slam Bags

Quilted items are a major trend for fall, and Maison Margiela's oversize clutches and shoulder bags are already at the forefront of the movement. I spotted tons of these on the streets of the recent Paris Couture Fashion Week.

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Paco Rabanne undoubtedly had a hand in the chunky-chain jewelry trend that's on the rise, so it's no surprise that this necklace is all over Instagram. Given that you could feasibly wear this It accessory every day, consider it a smart purchase.

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Manu Atelier Duck Boots

I've lost count of how many times I've seen Manu Atelier's Duck Boots on my IG feed over the past month, but it's easy to see why. The brand elevated the classic style like no other brand has even attempted.

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Staud Rey Bag

Staud's latest affordable It bag is one of its best yet. The reason? You can throw it on your shoulder and forget it's even there. It also comes in an oversize version, which touches on a big F/W 19 bag trend.

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Loewe Obi Belt

While not the easiest-to-wear accessory on the list, Loewe's Obi belt makes a huge impact on an outfit. Expect to see it on multiple fashion month showgoers.

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Jacquemus Le Petit Chiquito Mini Bag

It's a necklace. It's a bag. It's both! Jacquemus succeeds in making the world's quirkiest accessories actually wearable, but good luck fitting anything besides a penny and a paper clip in it. 

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Simon Miller Bend Bag

Chunky chain–strap bags are one of my favorite fall bag trends, and Simon Miller's take on the trend is the one I'm seeing a lot. Consider this your new everyday bag.

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Balenciaga Double Square BB Boots

Square-toe boots are shaping up to be one of the biggest shoe trends of the season, and as Balenciaga did with its extreme pointed-toe boots in seasons past, it made a classic pair of ankle boots an It item by adding an exaggerated square toe and its chic logo.

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Celine Cat-Eye Sunglasses

Truth be told, this is already an It item, but Celine's perfect cat-eye sunglasses have been adorning the faces of so many influencers as of late, I couldn't leave them off. I could easily do an entire story about them.

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Next, 10 simple fall trends that basically style themselves.

Allyson Payer
Senior Editor

Allyson is a senior editor for Who What Wear. She joined the company in 2014 as co-founder Katherine Power's executive assistant and over the years has written hundreds of stories for Who What Wear. Prior to her career in fashion, Allyson worked in the entertainment industry at companies such as Sony Pictures Television. Allyson is now based in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She holds a BFA in theater. Her path to fashion may not have been linear, but based on the number of fashion magazines she collected as a child and young adult, it was meant to be.