Fall Fashion Trends
We weren’t going to let you welcome the fall fashion season without sharing our favorite fall trends. We’ve been itching to share these trends with you since our time at New York Fashion Week in February.
For the days you need a tiny cover up, a caplet will do the trick. This is something our South Florida #SceneGirls will appreciate since we rarely have an excuse to bundle up.
A summer trend transitioning into fall, chokers are all the rage right now. They can fancy up the most mundane outfit, or bring a little more to an already fabulous get up. If you haven’t started wearing chokers, get on it.
Snuggle up in hoodie dresses, sweaters and tops. Luxury now comes with a little more comfort ladies!
Don’t call it a comeback, but one shoulder dresses and tops are back and better than ever.
BCGMAXAZRIA One Shoulder Dress
Since we have so many readers up North, we need to tackle the winter trends as well. South Florida #SceneGirls, save this thought for your trip to the big city because you will surely make a statement on the streets. Once only used for accessories, this trend is making it’s way into the homes of designers, models and celebrities alike.
Metal & Metallics
We love dark shiny things and so does fall fashion. Bring a little edge to your look with dark gold, silver and rose gold.
School Girl Jumpers
Believe it or not, you can successfully achieve this goal without looking like Cher Horowitz of Clueless. A tailored uniform can actually hug your curves and bring a little sexiness to your look, if done right. This was a big go-to combo for designers’ fall/winter collections this year.
Pink and Yellow
No, we’re not confusing you with spring trends, this is truly a fall 2016 trend! It’s not often designers bring such bright colors into their fall collections, but they did! They simply combined contrast to the darker hues we usually see during the cold weather months.
X Marks the Spot
Woven fabrics and lace-ups create dimension and texture while hugging your curves in all the right places. We are loving the subtle crisscrossed patterns as a commodity for fall.