Best Fashion Trends Of 2021 Fall Season
2020 was a crazy year for everyone, and the fashion industry faced the wrath of COVID-19 as well. Designers had to work in tough situations – often in a vacuum – to create something that brings a smile to the audiences who have had a year that they would like to forget. They didn’t even get to showcase their creations at fashion shows, and had to retort to virtual shows.
Despite all the hardships, creativity never died.
Fast forward one year, and the pandemic is behind us (almost!) and we are all excited for the fashion trends we’ll get to see at this fall’s fashion shows. Collections are projecting the new outdoor, with preparations ongoing for a Roaring ‘20s 2.0, après-ski, and knitwear all in high demand. Check out what all is in vogue in this year’s fall and shop for all the essential key pieces to complete your collection now.
A Bit Off Color Never Hurts
Saturated shades are finally back. The off-color play is skewed a bit and looks unexpected – more like the recent turbulent times our society has gone through. It is lemon and mustard combination at Jill Sander, marigold and bubblegum-ish pink at Miu Miu, lavender and rust at Patou – secondary and complementary color hues that are all mixed into one and skewed looking. This trend makes you look even better.
Lena Faux Leather Midi Skirt
You can pair this skirt with lavender and forget about everything else.
A Rich Girl Look
Think of what one gets when they decide to layer one sequin upon another and another? The type where the 1920s finally meets the 1980s and the richness is just something that makes any girl happy. The trend does look all glam and glimmer but this isn’t any club dress, this is a mood statement FYI. Think of high necks, long trousers, big dresses, and jackets. Paco Rabanne, Dries Van Noten, Loewe, Valentino, and others skipped the minimal look in favor of these opulent and grand looks. They seem to be conveying that it is finally time to shine, ladies!
Sequined Velvet Midi Dress
It is one of those dresses that you can wear to any fall or winter event and let your looks announce to you.
Tailored All the Way
Tailoring has gone through a great change and is quite smart these days. Designers are finding new ways to make looks more fashionable, with button-downs now having layering under vests, under jackets, over the turtlenecks, over trousers – or sometimes even with belt and tie. These combinations do not require sneakers or pumps, but boyish kinds of shoes or sneakers. This isn’t some take on classic trends, it is a new style in itself. Peter Do, Prada, and The Row are coming up with new trends for the ladies who love adding a layer to their loose tailoring.
Pinstriped Wool Vest
You can layer this vest under a blazer, over a button-down, or even with a pair of matching trousers or jeans. It has the oomph to become your wardrobe MVP in no time.