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The runways have spoken and although we are still in the last stretch of summer, it’s time to start trying out some of the upcoming Fall trends. As always, fashion is a cycle, and this time around be ready to channel your 80’s and 90’s child. For this upcoming season, think of power suits, satin, asymmetrical necklines, and capes. Tiny bags and statement hats have also emerged from the runways, raising many questions and inviting us to explore unknown territory.
So sit tight and check out the upcoming fall trends to try now.
Although wild in structure, these tiny bag trend is one you can use to step up your accessory game. Combine two handbag trends by mixing a regular size bag with a teeny bag. Wear them both at the same time and make sure to mix the colors and prints to create a wilder effect.
Cape to the Rescue
A cape is always the answer when it comes to outerwear. Whether is a capelet or a full o cape, the many variations prove they work for every occasion. Pair it with a pair of skinny pants and stilettos to turn into a femme fatale.
Suiting this season is all about accentuating your waist, and there is no better way to achieve that than with a belt. This time around, blazers came with built-in cinchers and metal variations of belts. Follow this lead and nip the belt on all of your suits whether they are oversized or tailored, and you will be rocking this trend to the tee.
The ’80s are calling, and this season satin is back with a vengeance. Brands like Versace, Off-White and Brandon Maxwell updated the trend with new colors and contrasting lace edges. This silky fabric makes the perfect look for both a formal event and for an average day. If wearing it during a formal event, add a blazer and stilettos and if wearing it for work, throw a white button-down shirt on top and a pencil skirt and you will be good to go.
Unlike off-the-shoulder silhouettes, the asymmetrical neckline is the perfect way to embrace the trend without making “too much effort”. Opt for a lopsided shoulder dress to create an “I just threw it on” look.
This Fall is all about statement hats. Although the colder months always call for beanies, this time, designers presented all kinds of hat silhouettes. Bucket hats, fedoras modifications, and cloche hats took over the runways and they are ready to take over your closet.