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Update Your Wardrobe With These Fall Trends

The top trends you need to add to your closet this autumn

Although a lot of fall wardrobe staples in your closet are totally appropraite for fall there have been some subtle changes in trends this season you may want to be aware of.  Look for these hot trends to be ahead of the fashion curve.

1. Animal Prints
Cut: Leopard print
Covet: Dalmation Spots
Channel your inner Cruella Deville with these hot spots. Tops, pants or a dress paired with neutrals work for the office while bright, vibrant accessories take this look into the weekend.

2. Embellishment
Cut: Metallic
Covet: Brocade and Baubles
While metallic details and accessories will still be big this season, rich brocade patterns mixed with beaded details, like gems and pearls, are taking over at the bling of choice. Bonus points if you find it on a killer lace dress or amazing blazer.

3. Shoes
Cut: The Loafer Pump
Covet: Loafers
High-heeled brogues were all the rage last fall, but the menswear-inspired shoe trend has gone a step further this season — they’re pretty much straight-up mens shoes. Enjoy the comforts of flat loafers while still look sleek and stylish wherever you go.

4. The “It” Colour
Cut: Red
Covet: Oxblood
Bright red had it’s moment last year. Things are taking a darker turn this fall with bags, accessories, skinny jeans and jackets al coming in a darker maroon hue. Release your inner style maven by getting your hands on these pieces

5. Patterns
Cut: Plaid and Houndstooth
Covet: Paisley and Florals
While plaids and houndstooth will always be a mainstay of fall more and more runways featured demure flower prints and subdued paisleys that channel the carefree feelings of summer in cozy, warm pieces. Rock these in a suit or shirt at work and pair with chunky knights and leather for a weekend spent in or out.

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Although a lot of fall wardrobe staples in your closet are totally appropraite for fall there have been some subtle changes in trends this season you may want to be aware of.  Look for these hot trends to be ahead of the fashion curve.

1. Animal Prints
Cut: Leopard print
Covet: Dalmation Spots
Channel your inner Cruella Deville with these hot spots. Tops, pants or a dress paired with neutrals work for the office while bright, vibrant accessories take this look into the weekend.

2. Embellishment
Cut: Metallic
Covet: Brocade and Baubles
While metallic details and accessories will still be big this season, rich brocade patterns mixed with beaded details, like gems and pearls, are taking over at the bling of choice. Bonus points if you find it on a killer lace dress or amazing blazer.

3. Shoes
Cut: The Loafer Pump
Covet: Loafers
High-heeled brogues were all the rage last fall, but the menswear-inspired shoe trend has gone a step further this season — they’re pretty much straight-up mens shoes. Enjoy the comforts of flat loafers while still look sleek and stylish wherever you go.

4. The “It” Colour
Cut: Red
Covet: Oxblood
Bright red had it’s moment last year. Things are taking a darker turn this fall with bags, accessories, skinny jeans and jackets al coming in a darker maroon hue. Release your inner style maven by getting your hands on these pieces

5. Patterns
Cut: Plaid and Houndstooth
Covet: Paisley and Florals
While plaids and houndstooth will always be a mainstay of fall more and more runways featured demure flower prints and subdued paisleys that channel the carefree feelings of summer in cozy, warm pieces. Rock these in a suit or shirt at work and pair with chunky knights and leather for a weekend spent in or out.

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3 responses to “Update Your Wardrobe With These Fall Trends”

  1. I’m literally hvinag the same conundrum right now. I bought a pair of Warby Parker’s last year and now I want another pair but with a different frame color. They ARE an accessory so you should be able to coordinate them with different things. That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.

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