5 Fashion Trends to Try This Season

‘Tis the season to finally pull out all of our favorites — cozy knits, fresh neutrals, and moody hues. Looking to inject a few straight-from-the-runway pieces into your fall round-up?  We’re sharing a few of our favorite seasonal trends you need to try, along with all the stylist tips and tricks to make it work just for you.


Power Red

Source: Hello Fashion


Can we all start wearing a little more of this color, please? I’m so excited that this strong hue is taking center stage in wardrobes everywhere this season. It’s bold and statement-making and exudes all the confidence/power/lady boss vibes you can imagine. Afraid of going all in on this trend? Opt for a red bag or shoe to baby-step into wearing this power color.



Victorian Collars

Source: Tsangtastic


I’m loving the modern classic mix of this fall trend. It’s the simplest ways to dress up your favorite high-waist denim and gives your favorite fall tees a much-needed break for something a bit more special.



Formal Velvet

Source: Laura Lily


Soft to the touch and on trend? I’ll take it. Velvet can sometimes get a bad rap, but this season it’s making a major comeback. For your next big event, opt for this on-trend fabric in a muted tone. I absolutely love doing this style of fabric in a rich wine, navy, or metallic color perfect for a variety of occasions.



Strong Shoulders

Source: Polienne


I absolutely love the way a structured jacket with slightly oversized shoulders creates a strong and powerful silhouette on nearly every body type. Paired with denim, trousers, and even pencil skirts, it’s an easy add-on for crisp fall days — a simple way to switch up your wardrobe.



Vintage Florals

Source: Thankfifi

Source: Madewell


I’ve seen these also referred to as “couch florals,” but I just thought this was a better way to put it.  A floral dress or top is truly an outfit maker. I love it in a shirtdress style like Thank Fifi, but you can also do this pretty pattern in a wrap dress, blouse, or even pants (I love them in a cropped wide-leg silhouette that surprisingly works on a variety of different body types).



Tell us, which trend do you love the most?