The 7 Fashion Trends We'll All Be Happily Wearing This Fall
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The fall 2021 collections revealed during Fashion Week have a way of uplifting, simply because they're exactly what we want to be wearing. There are bright spots in every designer's new offering — a shiny statement dress or flash of a sequinned boot (we see you, Victoria Beckham) — but these pieces are still very wearable, mixed in with cosy knit skirt sets or oversize statement vests that are fun to layer.
If you're a fashion creative and you love to mix and match, you'll have loads of fun incorporating fall's co-ord sets into your wardrobe. You have the option of keeping your prints consistent from head to toe or switching up the colour scheme, or just wearing one classic pattern, like Staud's argyle. If you want to tap into your sensual side, there will be plenty of designs with cutouts to choose from that bare just enough skin and are actually rather comfortable (think turtlenecks with keyhole cutouts or open-back sweater dresses).
Pink brings unexpected edge in a fun, sugary shade that's not your average pastel, while metallics attract all the attention at once. And finally, if you want to keep on your coat once you step inside, opt for a quilted jacket that blends seamlessly with the rest of your outfit — no one will even bat an eye. It seems like designers have read our minds — if we're going to invest in new clothing, we want it to feel special, even when it doubles as loungewear, and all of these seven trends follow suit. Read through to enjoy every look, or jump ahead to the category you want to browse through.
- Fall 2021 Trend: Cutouts
- Fall 2021 Trend: Statement Vests
- Fall 2021 Trend: Printed Sets
- Fall 2021 Trend: Skirt Sets
- Fall 2021 Trend: Sugar Pink
- Fall 2021 Trend: Quilted Jackets
- Fall 2021 Trend: High Shine
— Additional reporting by Dana Avidan Cohn