fall2017 trendsTime to pack those summer pieces away, Autumn is in full swing. From prints to colors to accessories, there are options galore. Read on to find out what is trending on the runway and the streets.


Of course, we have to start off with the biggest trend for this season. Plaid is popping up everywhere, and there is especially a must-have item for your closet: the oversized plaid blazer. It is a versatile pattern to wear for any occasion and a fashion-forward option you won’t regret purchasing. Dressed up or down, vintage plaid never looked so good. Invest in this classic and timeless print for your wardrobe.  


Bold Red

Autumn is getting flaming hot! Red is always a great fashion statement to wear all year round but it is THE color to wear for this season. Nothing like a bold contrast to attract attention and boost up your confidence game.


Good Old Fur

Warm up with a cozy, faux fur coat as the main attraction during a chilly day or night out. Hint: the more daring and unique the outerwear is, the better. Designers like Miuccia Prada, Loewe, Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, to name a few, took the trend to the next level.


Victorian Collars

Ditch the turtlenecks this season and opt for the frills to keep your neck warm. Enhance the collared look with a swept-up hairdo and a soft makeup look. Autumn gets a little romantic with this detail to bring out everyone’s feminine side.


Newspaper Boy Hats and Berets

Instantly make your whole outfit chic with a hat as an accessory. Newspaper boy or baker hats are infinitely cooler to wear for a tomboy vibe. Not your cup of tea? Style a beret into your look to fit your feminine taste. Either option would not do you harm because hats are making its comeback for Autumn.


Written by Emily Ma

Edited by Lucy Alimyan

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