While history might repeat itself with similar styles, people can showcase their personality by adding their own unique twists to keep up with the times.
This fall season, there are a variety of style trends and colors to be on the lookout for, and we’re here to help you out:
Whether it’s on clothes or home decor, there is no doubt chevron is a popular statement pattern this season. It’s best worn as a one piece, such as a shirt or skirt, but can also be worn as a whole outfit via a dress. If wearing black and white chevron, accessorize with bright statement jewelry. If wearing colored chevron, do the opposite and wear neutral colored pieces.
Let’s face it. No one actually uses a watch to check the time. Regardless, a watch makes for a sophisticated accessory. So whether they’re used to add an extra element to an outfit or to actually check the time, a watch makes for an excellent addition to any wardrobe.
Men and women alike can be seen sporting this trend. As the weather gets cooler, men can be seen in plaid shirts that are button down and made of flannel. Plaid serves as an alternative compared to just throwing on some old sweatshirt that probably has a hole or two in it.
Camouflage used to be a term typically associated with hunting or the military. This season, camouflage is more than that. The print is best worn with gold accents via jewelry for women and jackets or shirts for men. Not into camouflage? No worries. The shade of green seen in camo print is also a popular color choice among men and women this season.
Whether you’re a fan of animal print, there is no denying this print is declaring it’s spot in the fashion industry. It isn’t just the usual brown/black combination you’ll see in stores, either. A popular color being paired with leopard print is bright orange. If orange isn’t your color, look for other color combinations.
Layering is a trend that will, without a doubt, always be around. After all, how else are you supposed to stay warm when temperatures drop? Layers can be incorporated in your fall wardrobe through button-downs under sweaters for men and big chunky sweaters over camisoles for women.