As the weather gets cooler and the leaves start to fall, fashion merchants everywhere begin to release their fall lines. New York Fashion week showcased many of this seasons upcoming trends but unless you are one of fashion elite, you miss out on the opportunity to see whats new this season. But don’t fret these fashion principles are in every store you enter. From the plaid to the denim, the list is endless.
1. In the past few years the rise of flannel shirts has been openly noticeable. This year the plaid is taking over. From overside flannels for the gals to checkered shirts for the guys, this trend will be everywhere in the next few months so stock up now!
2. Another trend you will see everywhere and I mean EVERYWHERE will be denim. Every few years this one comes back and this fall its moving past your favorite pair of jeans. Denim shirts and jackets will be a major staple in every fashion merchants line this season aswell as the multitude of colors and styles of jeans for your bottom.
Note: Dont be afraid to wear denim on denim, it could be a great look on you if its pulled off right. But just remember don’t wear the same wash.
3. Colored Khakis are another fashion necessity that has taken full control of the market this season. From red to blue the color spectrum is ever-changing. The good thing about this trend is that it can be worn by virtually anyone regardless of their personal style.
4. The final trend filling the racks at department stores are combat boots. The days of Uggs being the fall staple are on their way out. (I have nothing against Uggs and I firmly belive that they will stay in style for a long time) but now its the combat boots turn. These new fall staples are great with any outfit and can be worn throughout the winter and into the beginning months of spring.
What you do you think about this falls trends? Have you already adopted some of them, sound off in the comments below.
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