Fall 2015's Most Wearable Fashion Trends

Wondering what to put on your shopping list this fall? Here is a great article from Glamour magazine telling you just what you need!

Fall 2015’s Most Wearable Fashion Trends

(Nikki Ogunnaike – Glamour Magazine)

The car wash skirt: think of it as the more polished sister to last season’s major fringe trend. Team with a sharp blouse or top to create a refined look.
car wash skirt
Puffer Coats: They’re anything but your typical cold-weather topper. This season bold colors, interesting cuts, and cool add-ons update your winter must-have.
puffer coats
Faux-fur stoles: Lend a touch of ladylike goodness to your outfit with the help of a faux-fur stole. Shrug it over your shoulder to make the piece feel more modern.
faux fur
Flares: Take a break from the skinny silhouette and pull on some flares instead. Elongate your legs by wearing them with high heels or chic wedges.
The 70’s vibe: If you feel like reliving the last days of disco, now is the time to do it. Designers looked to the decade that brought us Saturday Night Fever for inspiration this fall, which means lots of flares, as we mentioned, plus knits and boho silhouettes. Can you dig it?
Statement Earrings: Minimal effort, maximum impact: The chicest way to accessorize this season.
statement earrings
Neon’s: The electric shades that hit their peak in the ’80s are returning in a much more sophisticated way, now paired with neutral colors such as gray, navy, or camel.
Shearling: For those sub-30-degree days, nothing keeps you warmer than a shearling coat. The trend, which we saw in fall 2014, was once again presented in a bevy of cuts: oversize coats, cropped jackets, nubby vests, and more.
Brown: In keeping with this season’s love of all things ’70s, it’s only expected that the color of choice is brown. Liven up the potentially drab shade with rich colors like maroon or copper.
Chunky Knits: Sometimes a gal just wants to cuddle up in the biggest sweater possible, right? Well you’re in luck, because designers are providing tons of options this season. Balance extra bulk with a slimmer silhouette on bottom.
chunky knits
Head to toe black: The slimming shade that goes with everything—why not wear it all over? Mix patterns and textures to shake up the monochromatic look.
Long line blazers: The silhouette of your go-to work staple got an upgrade this fall, looking longer and leaner than years past. Make the piece work when you’re off-duty by pairing it with relaxed chinos.
Cool hosiery: Basic black stockings will always be chic, but by the end of the season, they’re so played out! Fresh colors and geometric patterns will give your outfit the jolt it needs.
cool hosiery
Winter florals: When rendered against a regal teal or red background, floral prints work for winter. Team them with traditional cold-weather fabrics like suede or wool to keep them from feeling too spring-y.
winter florals
Winter cream: The latest take on winter white is a creamier version of the fashion world’s favorite shade. Intricate embroidery removes the stark feeling of the hue.
winter whites
Turtlenecks: The utilitarian staple popped up all over Fashion Week, but we love it best layered under a dress. Ease warm-weather pieces into your wardrobe now with this quick styling trick.