Fall Prep: 10 Fall Trends You'll Want To Get In On
With just a few weeks before fall officially starts, now is the perfect time to start prepping your closet for the upcoming season. To do it right, you need to be clued in on the hottest trends anticipated for this fall. So what can you expect to see? Read on to find out.
While patterns will also be making their usual splash this fall, you do not want to count out the monochrome look. It's sleek, sophisticated, and gives an air of timeless class, no matter what color you choose to go with.
Bring Your Bed
Bedding sets but make it fashion. Quilted and puffy finishes will be all in this season. Pick up a puffy bag or quilted coat and you'll never have to miss your bed again.
Just because the weather gets a little chillier doesn’t mean you have to give up skirts and shorts! It's time to shake things up and make a statement with your tights.
Shine Bright Like a Diamond
Sorry matte but it's time to let clothes shine, literally. Silky finishes, metallic gleams, glossy leathers, and all-out sparkles are coming to dominate.
Color Has Joined the Chat
Vibrant colors are not just for spring and summer anymore! With the days getting shorter and weather getting colder, bright and bold colors will liven up your look.
The waist will be snatched this fall. Everything from coats and jackets to dresses and tops will have belts and tailoring to cinch and accent your waist.
This season, you can switch out your maroons and wines with its primary partner, red. Well we did say bright colors were going to be in didn't we? Particularly, red is going to be getting a lot of the limelight.
Hit em with that shoulder! This season fashion is going to dress up your shoulders in everything from oversized pads to ruffled sleeves to peekaboo slits and make sure they never get overlooked again.
The Victorian Era Called
Only true 1800s babies will know about this. Believe it or not, this era is making a comeback. What you'll be seeing a lot of? Victorian ruffled necklines and exposed corsets and boning.
If you didn't know what this pattern was called before, you do now. Good thing because it's going to be everywhere this fall in both the classic black and white color scheme as well as other color variations.
So what trend are you most looking forward to? Show us your take on the trends! @boxbeautyco