7 Fall Fashion Trends That Should Be On Your Radar

Pumpkin spice lattes and sweater weather are upon us! If you’re wondering what you should be wearing to get knee-deep in fall ASAP, don’t worry because we’ve got you covered. Tried-and-true favorites are making a comeback this season, but the latest trends to keep your Insta feed glowing all through the fall. You might already have some of these looks in your closet, but this is also a great excuse to go shopping for some new pieces. You can find these styles right in your favorite stores and you might even be able to hunt some down in a vintage shop (or your mom’s closet).

1. Slip dresses

Slip dresses are the perfect transition piece in your fall wardrobe. Dresses like this Berri Slip from Endless Summer are easy and breathable in the hotter temperatures, but in the fall you can accessorize them with a denim jacket and some booties for a chic, cold-weather look. They have been spotted on several fashion tastemakers recently, like Instagram’s favorite French darling Jeanne Damas. This ‘90s throwback trend is cute and sexy for almost any occasion.


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2. Transparent accessories

Transparent accessories are all the rage on the runways of New York this season. Mix it up with a peek of see-through plastic on your bag or at the top of your shoes to make a daring statement. These accessories will make any outfit seem avant-garde, and trust us, you can definitely make this look work with your wardrobe. If you're on the hunt for some great pieces to incorporate, try out these ones from Thomas James LAZara, and Call It Spring.


3. Red statement coats

Statement coats are the perfect fall look, so this season keep it chic by continuing this colorful trend. Whether it’s a pop of bright red or a deeper crimson, statement coats will elevate any look and keep you warm all season. Try this double-breasted coat from Macy’s to help you stand out from the crowd when heading back to school this year. You can polish off your outfit with a small handbag and heels and make yourself feel just like Meghan Markle.


4. ‘80’s revival looks

This trend was hot on the runways and the streets during NY fashion week, so you will no doubt see it around this fall. From leather jackets to metallic details, the ‘80s was definitely a decade of bold fashion trends. Mixing some throwback inspo into your wardrobe is a great way to brighten it up this season. Try asking your mom or family friends if they have any vintage pieces you can borrow to really get into this style.



5. Playing with prints

This fall, preppy prints like  herringbone and plaid get a twist with bright colors and unique combos. Go back to school in style with these dressy looks and classic prints that remind us of a crisp fall day. But if you’re not into wearing jut one statement pattern, you can always mix it up and wear a patchwork of multiple patterns at once.


6. Cinched waists

Looks with cinched waists or bustier bodices are giving us major ‘90s nostalgia this fall. Celebrities like Kat Graham love the girly yet chic look for the red carpet, and style bloggers have been showing off how to incorporate it into your street style, too. One of the most interesting  ways to wear this look is in your professional wardrobe. Adding a cinched waist to a classic white button down can make a bold statement in the office and keep your classic pieces from getting boring.


7. Mad for mauve

Millennial pink has ruled the fashion world for the past few years. But this fall, fuchsias and bright purples are popping up on Instagram in place of the (dare we say) overdone pink. This color can be a fun trend to play with, especially for accessories. Whether it’s a brightly-colored purse or a pair of berry sunglasses, adding in a pop of the right shade of purple can make your outfit seem girly and trendy all at once

Check out this sheer lace turtleneck and zip-up fleece hoodie from Target to give you some inspiration! 


Fall promises some super fun trends that you can easily incorporate into your wardrobe with a few key pieces. Hopefully this guide will give you some inspiration and keep you in the know when it comes to all things fashion.