In preparation for New York Fashion Week, our global trend reporter, Crystal Nicodemus, photo documents some of her (and our) favorite upcoming trends for fall.
The fashion Olympics are here again, and I can’t wait to see what’s in store for us this season! September Fashion Week is one of the wildest—and most fun—events of the year. Although you can always count on the Fashion Week elite to bring out the big guns, I think we’re in for a change of pace. I’m excited to see the trends shift from crazy mixed prints and color to a more minimalist palette. I’ll make sure to chase down the best looks for you, my blog friends. Thank goodness sneakers are still in style!
Layer It On: Nothing says fall more than textural layers. I am definitely looking forward to moving away from silky summer dresses into nubby knits, fuzzy mohair and chunky jumpers.
Moto Edge: The motorcycle jacket is hands down the jacket of the year. This standout pink version is the perfect hero piece to make an all-white ensemble pop!
His & Hers: I love a good tomboy look, and this vintage-inspired getup is right up my alley. The full-fit, tailored trousers, paired with a nipped bomber, are flyboy perfection. The sexy stilettos give the silhouette a major feminine boost.
Fancy That: There’s something awesome about mixing edgy styling with sweet, feminine shapes. The balance of tough-girl boots and black with ephemeral, sheer volume is eye-catching and subtly dramatic.
Here are a few more looks I’m loving.
White-on-White: I love the clean, chic look of an all-white ensemble, especially one with a bit of edge.
Shades of Grey: Grey scale is super on-trend at the moment. This look is a master class on updated, mixed prints and urban palette.
Rebel Without a Cause: There’s something both contemporary and nostalgic about an urban-punk look. T-shirts paired with leather, boyish accessories and casual layers are always cool.
Sport Luxe: Sport trends are moving in a more modern direction. Mixing a logo sweatshirt with a tux blazer and leather pants is sleek and contemporary.
See all our favorites in our Fab 5 Fall Trend Guide.