This year might be almost over (how?!), and while a majority of us might not have dressed up a ton—for obvious reasons—there’s still time yet! These 2020 fashion trends are still very much happening, and with the last four months of the year, why not liven up your wardrobe a bit? You can even wear these styles into 2021 and beyond since fashion seems pretty much seasonless now anyway? From fuzzy fur coats and cozy cardigans to pastels and fun checked prints, there’s something on this list for everyone.
And if you’re looking to get super specific about which trends you want to wear, start clicking the links for all the fall fashion, bag, jewelry and shoe trends to give you the inspo you need!
Smocked Mini Dress
Just because it’s fall doesn’t mean you have to say bye to dresses! This smocked mini one is great for transitional weather.
This gorge yellow top will be your new go-to. Oh, and it has detachable sleeves!
& Many other
I will forever proclaim that fall is the best time to get dressed. Fight me on it! After a summer of dressing in rags, fall reignites a creativity but also a seriousness in putting clothes together. Basically, the daydream is over, and now it’s time to get back to business and get into all of the autumnal colors that look incredible with sun-kissed skin. The outfit combinations are limitless (bare legs in skirt with a sweater, jeans and a light trench, just a sweater dress with a tall boot, etc., etc.) and basically every type of footwear is game. However, a fall outfit without a scarf is like—did you even dress for fall at all?!
Below, I try on several cool-weather scarf staples and super easy outfit ideas for each. And the real kicker is this: They will all look just as good with jeans as they do with leggings, sweats and flats, ’cause let’s not kid ourselves, we’re still in a pandemic, people. Let’s keep it simple. Now, onward to the scarves you need now!
Ordinarily, there’s a gradual return to normalcy in the days that follow a chaotic, jam-packed fashion month in New York, London, Paris, and Milan. After catching up on sleep, editors return to the workplace to dissect the trends and map out coverage for the fall season. Of course, this season was a bit different. With stay-at-home orders issued on the tail end of the Paris collections, there was no embrace of colleagues returning from their whirlwind time abroad. Instead, we reflected on the fall 2020 trends via Zoom. In our respective homes, we discussed our favorite collections, the pieces worth investing in, and the essential items to have for the colder months ahead. Here’s what we came up with.
This fall, metallics offer a spirited new way to illuminate the season’s cozy knits and knee-high leather boots, with suitable options for both work and play. Understated shimmering pinstripes covered blazers at Versace, while high-shine silver button-downs kept their cool
Sequined Stretch Jersey Dress