Although I'm not fully experiencing fall season here in Indonesia, but the weather here is starting to change. It's sometimes cloudy during the sunny day. So, what to do next? How about alternating your summer look so it can fit to the fall? What should you try this fall, then? I have seen tons of fashion trend report all over the internet. To get you started, I rounded up six fall trends that you may love and start wearing it them for the new season.
Oversize Trench Coats
Couldn’t agree more that trench coats is a classic an everlasting piece when it comes to fall season. But this trend is all about oversize trench. Such a cool outerwear!
It’s official that RED is the color of Fall 2017. Prove me wrong, but I have seen it on the runways of Dolce and Gabbana, Oscar de la Renta, Jil Sander, Fendi, Givenchy and many more. The shades ranging from rich burgundy to bold red apple color. Embrace the red with your any of your peach colored pieces for a fresh color mix.
Velvet is a fall fashion trend I'm seeing it everywhere right now, whether done as flats, sexy heels and boots. Give your leather boots a break and change up to this velvet boots. It’s the quickest way to add a bit of edge to your look.
Welcoming the blazer trend once again, I'm not bored at all! We are so excited, instead. This formal piece is back and strongly represents the perfect fall outerwear. What I love about this particular trend is, they are having a plaid print crafted on it. They look the coolest when paired with hem jeans, a graphic loose tee, and ankle boots or mules. Don't you agree?
The fashion kingdom is feeling more and more fascinated by sportswear. For instance, they have track pants trend for this fall. They are just perfect combined with white baggy button up and moto jacket. Totally modern! Another tip for wearing track pants, pair them with heels and head off to the office in comfort.
Belts have been crawling up for the past few seasons, and this time, the fashion world is all about big waistline belt. Throw this posh trend on over your dresses, coats, and oversize sweaters.