BTW, You Probably Can't Get Through Fall Without Wearing These 6 Trends

Fashion’s most exciting season is just around the corner—and while it might still be 90 degrees outside we’re already excitedly talking about all things fall here on Who What Wear—from the most popular shoe styles to the prettiest Autumn outfits and the colors everyone will be wearing once the leaves turn brown. Today we’re interrupting your sunbathing session to talk about the only fall trends that matter once September rolls around. These are the pieces you’ll inevitably be seeing all over your Insta feed, on the limbs of your favorite fashion muses, and let’s face it, you probably won’t get through the season without wearing at least one these styles. From leather pieces to square-toe shoes and belted-blazers, prepare to get excited by these new-season trends below. 

Belted Blazers

One of the biggest accessory trends we saw on practically every fall runway was belts. Wide and thin, plain and embellished—they were cinched at the waist over dresses, coats, sweaters, and most notably blazers. Whether you buy a belted blazer or throw the accessory over an existing blazer, you can't escape this sophisticated and polished trend. And let's be honest, why would you want to?


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Square-Toe Shoes

From boots to sandals and mules, square-toe shoes have already been blowing up our Insta feeds this summer and are set to be everywhere come fall. Invest in a pair now.


From coats to skirts and dresses, this luxurious fabric is having a major moment this fall. Opt for leather separates or sumptuous dresses in earthy tones to nail the trend.

Mock-Croc Shoes and Bags

The expensive-looking mock croc trend has been in the limelight for some time now, and this fall the chic style shows no sign of slowing down. Opt for a mock croc bag or boots to nail the trend.


Fifty shades of pistachio green were seen all over the fall runways from mint to sage hues. For a statement look, go head to toe and mix textures and fabrics to add interest to your look. Or, for a subtler take on the trend, opt for a chic pistachio blouse or dress. 


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Loose, Languid Pants

Move over skinny pants, there's a new trouser style in town—and this one is ultra-long, loose, and relaxed. Fall's sophisticated pants seems like they were made for the modern working woman—high-waisted and slightly tailored for a a comfortable yet altogether polished look.

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