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Though we’re still expecting the weather to heat up before it cools off, I’m already over here obsessed about all the fall 2020 fashion trends to come. As I’m sure many of you would agree, fall typically has some of the cutest trends: sweaters, chic outerwear and beautiful colors inspired by the season. If you’re a fan of autumnal clothing, then the 2020 fall fashion trends are going to blow you away—much like a chilly fall wind. Yes, New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020 is long gone, but the fall and winter styles are already on their way to your favorite retailers. We got a peek of what to expect straight from the runways, and boy, are these trends good.
From autumnal hues ready to be the pop of color your wardrobe needs to some trends you’ll see throughout the entirety of 2020, these looks are sure to dominate the streets—and your Instagram feed. Designers like Christian Siriano and Coach have been right on the pulse of the fall 2020 fashion trends, and I personally cannot wait to rock all of these styles in the upcoming months. There’s a little something for everyone (and every body type). All it takes to look amazing wearing one of these trends is simply to put it on your body.
Below, you’ll find seven trends you can expect to see in the fall and winter of this year. Whether you’re a self-identified fashionista or just someone who likes to stay up to date on the current styles, you’re going to swoon over these cool fall trends. We haven’t even hit the peak of summer yet, but I’m already looking forward to autumn.
1. Oversized Suiting
There’s no doubt that 2019 was the year of the suit, and 2020 is no different. Suits—specifically oversized suits—will reign for fall and winter 2020. Whether you choose to don a full suit or just one piece (Shout out to oversized blazers continuing to trend this year!!), you can’t go wrong.
Keep it simple with a tailored oversized blazer in a neutral hue. It’s sure to pair well with everything from trousers to leggings.
Alternatively, you can add a pop of color with your oversized suiting look. I’m obsessed with this pretty blue—and it transitions nicely from summer to fall.
2. Big-Ass Fuzzy Coats
The main goal for fall and winter 2020? Stay warm AF. Huge fuzzy coats are going to be everywhere for the cold months, so if you’re always freezing, you’re in luck. Cozying up in these giant coats can be your only prerogative.
If you’re a bit skeptical of this trend, invest in a neutral coat first. I’m particularly fond of this fuzzy Opening Ceremony coat, thanks to its tie-waist and easy-to-style color.
Of course, you can always get a little wild and cozy up in an animal print coat this fall and winter. Paired with your favorite turtleneck and warmest pants, you can’t go wrong.
3. Feelin’ Fuchsia
Fuchsia is about to be everywhere this fall and winter, folks. Forget wearing all black—It’s going to be a colorful fall. This fun color plays well with neutrals or other fun brights, so go ahead and wear it how you please. Pair a fuchsia top with classic black skinnies or add a fuchsia skirt to an all-neon outfit.
This fuchsia mini dress is perfect for fall and winter parties. For nights when it’s extra cold, just add some sheer black tights and heeled boots for an effortlessly chic look.
If you’re in the mood for a lighter and brighter fuchsia, try this easy bodysuit. It’s great for wearing through the warm weather and then layering for fall and winter.
4. Mix It Up
Pattern mixing is always a fun way to shake things up when you’re in a fashion rut, and it’s officially approve for fall and winter 2020. Play with pairing different stripes or polka dots or go even wilder with mixing up dissimilar patterns. Go bold or go home, babes.
Mix different floral patterns for a look that’s sure to turn some heads. This Xirena floral top does the mixing for you, so you can just pair it with your favorite denim.
Another fun all-in-one option is this Stella Jean dress. The patterns are mixed seamlessly, making this look a great option for testing out the trend.
5. Long-Sleeved Gloves
Gloves! Are! Back! Forget only wearing gloves to a debutante ball—This accessory is here to stay for any formal occasion in 2020. Whether they’re neutral or a colorful hue, you’re sure to stand out (and stay on trend) with gloves this year.
These long elbow gloves give me all the vintage vibes. Pair them with a chic mini dress this fall for a look that will blow them all away.
If you want to try something a little different, throw on these sheer tulle elbow gloves for a pop of glam and color. Paired with a black maxi, these gloves will instantly become a fun statement accessory.
6. It’s Just Asymmetry
We saw a lot of asymmetry in the spring and summer 2020 trends, and it looks like they’re here to stay through fall and winter. Asymmetry is a fun style to play around with no matter your personal style, so go minimalist or bold. Either way, you’re sure to look hip AF.
One of the easier ways to try out the asymmetry trend is with a one-shoulder look. This one-shoulder bodysuit is sure to become a wardrobe staple this fall.
When you’re ready for something a little bolder, try out this asymmetric ruffle dress—and prepare to be deemed best dressed at any party.
7. Wide-Brim Hats
Block out your haters and the sun with the trendy wide-brim hat. Sure, they air on the dramatic side, but this accessory is sure to pack a punch with any ensemble. Don’t be afraid to attempt this fall and winter trend—You never know how amazing something might look on you until you try it out.
One tip to wearing a wide-brim hat this fall: Keep it simple. This navy hat is the perfect way to test out the trend and create a cool—but not over-the-top—ensemble.
For something that you can wear in just about any season, try this brown and black wide-brim hat. It’s got an air of summer while still staying on-trend for fall.
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