Falling for Fall Fashion Trends

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| LAST UPDATE 08/20/2022

By Christiana Holland
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As the temperature slowly begins to drop, it's important that we keep our (fashion) spirits high! We might be tucking away the swimsuits, strappy tops, and summer dresses, but that doesn't mean we can't spice it up for fall. So, don't be surprised by the fashion culture reset coming our way this winter. These are the best fashion tips for this fall.

We've had our fun with the vibrant colors of the 80s this summer. Still, the recent fashion trends we have witnessed have almost taken us through a complete time-warp. Vintage is in people. But, this winter, we are falling into more of a 90s vibe. That's right - fashion is reuniting with the "90s restraint." Designers like Chloé, Bottega Veneta, and Proenza Schouler are even catching on. It's all about the "bootcut denim and a plain white tank." Minimalistic is making a comeback, and we are screaming for this "Y2K revival." Nothing looks so effortlessly sleek as a pair of low - or high - waist jeans with any preferred tank and a simple grey blazer. Brace the winter breeze this year with colossal robe coats! These coats come in a variety of patterns and materials. Though it might remind us of something from that closet in the loft, leopard prints and wool capes might be something worth trying...

90s Fall Fashion Blazers
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What about those back 2 school looks? Christian Dior, Miu Miu, and Chanel have the answer. Feel prepped this fall with an old-school nostalgic look. It's time to incorporate our inner Blair Waldorf with a dash of Cher Horowitz. Whip out the plaid skirts with a pair of penny loafers. If the skirt doesn't work, there's always the option of a "relaxed blazer-and-trousers combo." The seductive cinch is also making its return. The corset that accentuates a "tone-on-tone bustier" given shape has been traveling through "centuries-long history." Though, it might be easier to wear it as an undergarment. There is no need to re-shape ourselves to fit in with style. Lastly, if we haven't already noticed, designers have become "big on brown." Ask Michael Kors, who prefers the mocha shade, or Givenchy, who seems to opt for dark chocolate. Don't fear looking washed out: the different shades of brown can compliment any skin tone, perfect for the season! 

 So far, so good. While we are experiencing the Gen-Z fashion phase, it's exciting to see the olden goldies make a comeback in stores! Although everyone is entitled to their own look, these fashion trends make it a little easier for our daily outfit inspo. If these trends are in, we wonder what's considered out? Stay tuned.

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