It’s almost November! Meaning it’s time to trade in the tank tops for sweaters and shorts for pants. I feel like my summer clothes are much more fun than my winter clothes, so I decided to go on a Pinterest binge for some fall outfit inspo! Here are my favorite trends, in order of what I like most to least.
1. Monochrome Colors
Monochrome outfits aren’t a new concept, but monochromatic color outfits have become super popular this year. Combining different shades, textures and patterns to make what would normally be too much of one color into an exploration of it.
2. Bra Tops
Bra tops are my favorite kind of tops. They are perfect for layering, super comfortable, and my favorite part: not having to wear a bra and a shirt.
3. Leather pants
This is probably one of the most popular trends of the season, and for good reason. I used to think cat-woman when I thought of leather pants, but these pins show how to style them in a cute and classy way.
4. Contrast stitching
Contrast stitching makes otherwise plain-looking clothes much more interesting. It’s such a small detail that it can still look simplistic and minimalist, but more intentionally styled.
5. Oversized Leather Blazer
Oversized leather blazers have my heart. The look of leather adds an edge to any standard wardrobe staple, but it’s an unexpected edge for a typically office-related piece.
6. Sweater Vests
Sweater vests were popularized this summer through Emma Chamberlain and Tik Tok, and it seems like they’re here to stay another season.
7. Patchwork clothes
I love this trend, and I especially love companies that are reusing already made clothing to make patchwork clothes. This is an example of Gen Z’s influence on fashion trends, as Gen Z is the most eco-conscious generation yet. Patchwork clothes are cute and better for the environment than newly made clothes, win-win.
At first, I was very skeptical of this trend, but it’s grown on me. I like the shimmery looks, but I still don’t know if I’d wear it.
I am by no means a fashion expert, but like many other people, I love clothes. Ultimately you should wear what makes you comfortable and what makes you feel good.