Every season our eyes are luckily introduced to the latest in fashion trends.. However, this Fall holds within certain styles that we’ve never seen or worn before.. Designers are thinking outside the box by setting forth a few interesting silhouettes that are unusual yet strikingly fabulous! Good bye minimalism it is time to go wild when it comes to cutting edge fashion…
1 || The New Oversize Silhouette
Let’s try to define sexy in today’s fashion world…We’re here to tell you that the idea of anything body-con, incredibly tight or overly appealing has simply gone out the window.. Make room for roomy styles, like literally, those are the sole identity to swag-meets-sexy in fashion nowadays.. The bigger the better!
2 || The Layered Blazer
We’ve witnessed this daring trend both on runways and streets during fashion week, basically, rather than popping on a shirt underneath your velvet blazer, layer another blazer on top! Sounds a bit unusual, however, this trend is having a serious moment now..
3 || ‘Drape’ Is The New Word For ‘Wrap’!
When your cosy-est throw blanket comes to mind upon seeing this trend then you will further believe how fashion is taking extreme measures nowadays! So unusual! Yes we have been using the word wrap when describing skirts for too long, it’s time to embrace the drape skirt which is an exaggerated form of the classic wrap skirt.. This Fall, you’re supposed to fold your skirts, and while this act of folding your waistband might pivot on comfort, but in many ways it is a power move. You wear the skirt, not the other way round!
4 || The Biker Short Trend
Pairing the infamous 90’s biker short with more tailored pieces is becoming a trend as we speak.. Whether it be layering them under sheer dresses, or styling with a chunky oxford shoe, an over-sized button down shirt or a blazer, this surprisingly old trend is becoming a major one…
5 || Complexity Is The Name Of The Game
Easy to rock and requires no expensive purchases, layering is now offering the perfect alternative to statement styles, we call it trans-seasonal layering.. All you need to do is mix pieces from spring/summer wardrobe, such as skirts and dresses, with items from your autumn/winter closet, like sweaters and jeans. The result will be a seriously stylish look with many intriguing elements…