Fall Fashion trends 2019: From new dresses to fresh denim and floral prints. Witness six Fall fashion trends you’ll most definitely want on your shopping list, plus they’re affordable to buy now. We are here, to provide you with fresh outfit ideas to try right now!
Here are some creative combos from the street style fall trends.
Channel the season’s utilitarian vibe with a pair of elevated cargo pants. Isabel Marant Étoile trousers, matchesfashion.com
3.The Fall Romance
From puffy, almost princess-like sleeves to Victorian-inspired silhouettes and sweet prints, romance is a big theme for Fall. While it’s warm, opt for a puffy-sleeve top or voluminous mini with sandals, and in Autumn, simply swap for boots.
2018 was all about Millennial pink, but everything’s coming up purple this fall. As seen at Rodarte and Tom Ford, the orchid hue is all the rage. You can opt for all-over color, or you can easily work in a touch of lavender with your accessories.
5.The Superhero Cape
And the strongest outerwear silhouettes to come out of the Fall 2019 collections was the cape. Chanel gave the capelet the tweed treatment, Marc Jacobs showed one in Leopard, and Hedi Slimane’s second collection for Celine made the best in basic. Your fall coat wardrobe is missing a cape. Go for a heritage print for two trends in one: Red Valentino Cape, from net-a-porter.com
6.70s is Back
To channel the season’s retro-chic power-dressing vibe, you’ll need a flowing midi skirt. Buy it from H&M skirt at hm.com
This loose-fitting blouse is the most effortless way to rock the season’s moody Victorian trend.Simone Rocha top, $1,055, holtrenfrew.com
Quilting and blanket-like clothes were all over the fall runways. This long vest is the most wearable way to try out the trend. Gabriela Hearst sleeveless jacket, $2,760, matchesfashion.com
Another wearable take on a fall trend—bold shoulders—this knit dress is as practical as it is head-turning.Ulla Johnson dress, $857, net-a-porter.com
10.Slip Into Satin
Break out your steamer, because satin is back in a big way. Versace brought back their ’90s satin dresses, updating them in neon hues with contrasting lace edges. Christopher Kane, Off-White and Brandon Maxwell also got on the satin trend with bright evening wear that is more than your average slip. The silky look makes sense for formal events, but make it work for an average day at the office with a button-down shirt.
BY SNEHA BHARDWAJ | DKODING MEDIA