I don’t know about you, but my mind is already drifting into fall mode. Despite the sweltering heat, I can't help but think about all the cozy-chic fall outfits I plan to luxuriate in once the temps start to cool. So what fashion trends have we got to look forward to this fall 2020? From head-to-toe grey outfits to reinvented little black dresses, chunky chains, and capes, below we're sharing some of the most noteworthy styles that deserve a place in your fall wardrobe. And the best part? We've kept all our picks under $100. So if you want to get excited about the new season styles (in a wallet-friendly way) read on to scoop up the pieces that will keep you altogether on-trend this fall.
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Dramatic and voluminous sleeves were seen in full force on the fall runways in all shapes, forms, and fabrics. Puff sleeves continue to reign supreme—including fresh iterations—at Fendi and Max Mara puff sleeves were dropped slightly lower down the shoulder.
Knitted vests are one of the coolest "back-to-school" pieces you can add to your wardrobe this season. Spotted all over the runways, they were styled in a myriad of ways and came in a variety of patterns and sizes.
Timeless, practical, and sophisticated expect to say 50 shades of gray on an Insta feed near you this fall. Emulate the runways and go for a head-to-toe tonal gray look mixing various shades and fabrics.
If you want to take a break from loungewear this fall, lean into the reimagined tailored pieces we're seeing for fall—in particular, new wave blazers from belted designs, asymmetrical cuts and cropped versions that will bring a cool polish to your wardrobe.
Victorian-inspired prints and silhouettes are making a romantic appearance this fall, but it's the pretty necklines we're really into this upcoming season—from high collar ruffles to large vintage-inspired collars.
Chunky chain jewelry continues to reign supreme this season. While a chain collar is an easy way to pull off the trend we're also seeing the hardware on everything from shoes and bags as well as built into garments.
From tweed bandeaus to knit bra tops and basic black tube tops, the clavicle-baring strapless silhouette is always super chic when paired with high-waisted bottoms and looks cool under button down's and cardigans.