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Fall Trend Report: 3 Looks We Love

Posted by Kelsie Nelson on

The leaves are changing, and so are our wardrobes! This is the perfect time to analyze your styles and refresh with what's new on the trend charts. Here are three fall trends we love– from sweater sets to patchwork jackets!

 

 

WAVE THE CHECKERED FLAG

The checkered trend started with Vans, but has slowly made its way into nail trends, and now they are present in every clothing trend. Whether you like statement pants, matching sets, soft sweaters, or fun accessories, you can bet there is a checkered version of that item, and we're not mad about it! 

model wearing a checkered sweatermodel wearing a checkered set

Shop these looks: Neon Dream Checkered SweaterNeon Dream Checkered PantsROOLEE Martita Leather Platform Sandals

 

 

COMBAT THE COLD

When it comes to women's fall clothing trends, utility is in! Think patchwork denim, workwear-inspired jumpsuits/overalls, and all the oversized shackets. You'll be ready for anything, especially the chilly fall weather.

model wearing patchwork denim pantsmodel wearing an oiversized shacket and overalls

Shop these looks: Free People Moxie Low Slung Jeans | All At Once Longline ShacketFree People Ziggy Denim Overalls, Free People Lyra Lug Sole Loafers

 

 

PRETTY IN PLAID

Our favorite things about fall: pumpkin spice, beanies, corn mazes, and PLAID! Everyone has their favorite plaid button-up, but we recommend taking it up a notch and pampering yourself with even more plaid this season. Plaid dresses, trousers, and tops are just the things your autumn closet needs.

model wearing a t-shirt and plaid pantsmodel wearing an oversized shacket

Shop these looks: Chrissy Cunningham Plaid Pants | Free People Plaid Long Ruby Jacket

 

 

What are your favorite fall trends? Let us know in the comments and shop all our new arrivals for fall here!

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