With so many new trends to try at the start of each season, sometimes it's helpful to your mind, body, soul, and bank account to narrow them down to one or two. Otherwise, you may end up overwhelmed, out of money, and with an all-over-the-place wardrobe. (This may or may not be coming from personal experience.) So how do you choose which trends to try? A great starting point is finding a trend that either aligns with your style or fits your body type. Lucky for you, today we're combining both of these things in our flattering trend guide for fall. From classic to eclectic, we've got a straight-off-the-runway idea for each personal-style type.
Scroll through to read about the trends, see the runway inspiration, and, of course, shop our picks for each!
If your style is minimalist, try tailored pieces.
The suit is back in a big way this season, and lucky for all of us, it's approved in all forms. Whether you opt for a classic blazer and trousers or a miniskirt set, there are endless flattering ways to make it your own.
If your style is trend-forward, try reinvented classics.
Nothing says trendy like taking a staple piece such as a blouse, blazer, or denim jacket and making it totally new. This is exactly what so many of our favorite designers have done for F/W 17, and the results are countless next-level basics you can wear both in your daily life and for special occasions.
If your style is elegant, try polka dots.
The always-flattering polka-dot print has emerged as a leading pattern of the season this fall. Whether you opt for a top, skirt, or dress, this print is truly for everyone, but we think fashion girls who tend toward more elegant pieces will especially love taking it for a spin.
If your style is classic, try wide belts.
When in doubt, put a belt on it. This advice serves to make any outfit not only more interesting but more flattering too. For an of-the-moment take, make that belt a wide one this season.
If your style is eclectic, try fringe.
Nothing hides what you want to hide and highlights what you want to highlight quite like fringe. That's why, if your style is on the more eclectic side, we suggest you definitely take the fun fall trend for a spin this season.