If you are under the impression that following new trends is too eccentric, then you can easily welcome fall 2018 with open arms, cause this year everything will super easy to pull off together.
The runway shows showed to us a lot of affordable looks that can be worn by everyone. We saw nothing more than familiar patterns, colors, coats, and layering tricks, perhaps just worn in new ways.
So, we had on eye on everything presented at New York Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week and not only we chose our top five key pieces to wear this fall for a trendy look, but also we will present you ways to wear them.
We also warn you that we are pretty sure you have already had those items on your closet so instead of grabbing a piece of paper and a pen to take notes, open your wardrobe doors, pull them out and find new mix and match for them!
So, here we go!
- THE POWER OF RED
It’s official: red is the color of Fall 2018 We saw it at Givenchy, Armani, Jil SAnder, Tod’s and we are pretty sure you have something red in your closet. It doesn’t matter if you are not a fun of head-to-toe red look, cause you can wear a statement item in order to stand out as a red coat, a pair of red shoes, or a red bag.
2. FURS- NEVER OUT OF STYLE
Last season it was all about the statement fur, but this year we’re going back to basics. No frills, just fur. J.W. Anderson, Marc Jacobs, Lowe and Vetements all featured classic, vintage-inspired coats that looked like they were pull out from your granny closet.
Have you noticed that Instagram feeds are littered with ladies in fishnet tights? Our guess is yes, because you can wear the stocking trend in a lot of ways. You can wear them with destroyed denim, with feminine dresses,or blazers.
Major designers like Christian Dior, Loewe, and Victoria Beckham are showing a variety of mid length skirt for this fall. Worn with fishnets, ankle boots, long sweaters, we are sure that whatever you will chose you will be trendy.
When you hear plaid, you typically think of those old patterns but it’s not necessary like this. This season is all about the bright plaid from the ’70s. We saw it at Prada, Hermes, Stella McCartney and not only.