Hi, Chicsters today's post is all about wearable fall 2019 trends. Not only are these trends what you will be seeing on all of your favorite fashion it girls they are also trends that will work for curvy girls as well. Why care about trends at all? I'll be answering that question later on in the post but for now please note that trends are to be taken with a grain of salt. The best strategy to use is to stay abreast with the latest and incorporate what works best for you.
Like clockwork, a version of dark lace comes back in for fall and winter. Personally I think it’s because it’s an easy trend to try and also an easy trend to disseminate into more affordable markets. This season think head to toe dark lace The ideal outfit would consist of a dark lace top, a lace bottom like a midi, tights, and lace gloves think Carnival Row the show but grungier
Belted Blazer (Cinch Suiting)
One of the most accessible wearable and flattering trends for autumn and winter 19 is the belted blazer trend. Designers like Tibi Brandon Maxwell and Michael Kors took a nod from the 80s and hedge their bets on power shoulders suiting and a cinched-in waist. This trend is easily the most wearable because we can shop our closets first. See how I rocked the trend Here
If you love knits then this is the season for you. Layered knits came back strong this season in expected and unexpected ways. From Tommy and Ralph Lauren prep school 90s vibes to my favorite way mixing different weights of knits together. There’s something very cozy yet chic about pairing a lightweight knit cami with an oversized chunky cardigan!
Fashion girls love mixing textures especially when the temps dip. This season the runways took it up a notch with the incorporation of head to toe leather ensembles. Leather-look clothing can be found everywhere from pants to dresses to skirts your neighborhood fast fashion store has something in store for you.
So layered necklaces, rings, and bracelets have been all the rage for the last couple of years. This season is no exception the new way to layer your necklaces this season is to pair more delicate necklaces with chunky linked ones. Maybe this is the fashion worlds solution to the struggle of trying to clasp a delicate necklace by yourself literally it can take hours off your life JK. On a serious note though have you ever tried to clasp jewelry by yourself when you’re in a hurry??
I'm curious what's your least favorite trend for AW 19? Wanna know mine go watch this video!
As I stated leather is a favored texture for the season and croc is her high maintenance little sister. Mock croc or faux croc is the texture of choice for accessories this season. Think crock on bags, shoes and even clothing. You will see this texture all over especially on your favorite street style stars. Leather is cool but Mock Croc when done right is ultra Chic!
This is one trend that I love on some people and hate on others! I know I’m supposed to be impartial while writing this but it’s the truth! However, the trend is worth mentioning because it’s taken over! It’s obvious that all of our favorite fashion "It" girls have put down their cross bodies for the shoulder bag. Who should we thank for this trend perhaps the resurgence of the Dior saddle? If you love shoulder bags this is definitely a trend to splurge on if you don’t you can find options at your favorite fast-fashion retailer.
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I’ve been on the hunt for mock croc bags. Also flattering chunky/textures sweaters cause I don’t feel they always do me justice. I also found some cool blazers on ebay but plan to thrift some more soon. I’m also all about the hunter green this fall.