Fall is arguably one of the most difficult to
season to dress for. Why you ask; well, mostly because fall is the most
variable of all four seasons. Depending on your geographic location,
one minute it’s warm and sunny, another it’s cold and rainy, and
occasionally it snows and temperatures drop below freezing. Either way,
we tend to embrace all weather, but will admit that it’s nearly
impossible to set out your next day’s outfit a night early. When it
comes to dressing, there’s no planning here in the Pacific Northwest;
instead, we’ve become professionals at improvising the day’s attire.
With that, it’s virtually impossible to efficiently plan a fall
wardrobe. However, courtesy of New York Magazine, here are 10 trends to keep in mind when shopping for fall fashion. Here are a few worth honorable mention:
- Slim your silhouettes – For fall, designers are slimming down their dresses and over coats to create more narrow lines.
- Bigger is better, when it comes to sweaters that is – Just like we saw toward the end of last winter, chunky sweaters are back and bigger and bulkier than ever.
- Slacks, not just for guys – This fall woman can wear slacks, not as much as men, of course, but when done right, like slouchy versions by Michael
Kors and Proenza Schouler, slacks are legit.
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