We can almost smell the pumpkin spiced lattes as fall approaches. While some may be grieving the passing of shorts and open-toed shoes, we are eagerly anticipating the arrival of warm coats and stylish boots. And if you're looking for fall wardrobe ideas, all you have to do is turn to the superstars: specifically, street style stars. We have all of the best fall trends in clothing for your 2021 season.
It turns out that lots of famous celebs have been sporting the same fall looks that you should pin to your seasonal mood board. Some fall trends, in particular, are front-runners for the season's breakout. Stars like Kylie Jenner and Rihanna enjoy oversized, baggy trousers and boxy blazers, while Zoe Kravitz and Lady Gaga choose sky-high platforms and itty-bitty bags. There's also a rockstar-approved silhouette and an unexpected preppy piece that's sweeping the nation.
Consider incorporating these fall clothing trends into your outfit to update it for the new season instantly. You may pretend to be a Hollywood A-lister for the day because they're all celebrity-approved. Win-win!
Following a detailed evaluation of all the fall/winter collections, we've determined that the following trends will be the most popular in this season. The trends ahead will become the talk of the town, and without a doubt, you will be as well. They include the knitwear trend you'll see everywhere, the It boots of the season, and much more. Even though it doesn't yet fall, the lust-worthy shopping selection will have you pining for the fall season.
It's 2021, and if there was ever a time for a good laugh, it's now for the previous few seasons, neutrals have dominated fashion, but as hope grows for a better future, we're also seeing that being reflected on the runways. Expect to see a lot of brilliant colors this fall. We see saturated tones in various colors, from incandescent yellow at Versace to cobalt blue at Prada to hot pink at Thebe Magugu, rather than a single prominent color. For the most significant impact, wear one bright color from head to toe.
This season, designers seem to agree that it is time to rebrand the once-popular logomania fad. Rather than splashing brand labels all over clothing and accessories, they went for a more subtle approach. The unique and cool logo look is now virtually camouflaged into what appears to be a print. Still, genuine fashionistas will be able to detect their favorite brands' logos without looking twice. We believe it will be one of those 2021 trends that will loudly show that you're a fashion girl in town!
The fall/winter trend guide wouldn't be complete without a section dedicated to knitwear, and cable-knit is a hot trend this season. At this point, cable-knit sweaters are pretty much a yearly standard, but this fall, we saw entire cable-knit ensembles emerge as the season's knitwear trend. If you're covered with cable knits, from dresses to matching sets, you're doing something great. If you're looking for some styling inspiration, check to Altuzarra and Gabriela Hearst, who has nailed this bundled-up trend.
This year has been all about comfort, with sweatpants and house shoes on heavy rotation. All of the comfortable clothes we've been wearing may have permanently altered our wardrobes. Still, designers are providing a grand vision of comfort with directional spins on faux fur for fall. You'll find thick coats and jackets in a variety of colors—from tawny brown to arctic white—that you'll want to crawl into, but you'll also find tube tops and heels that give furry clothes a whole new twist.
Invest in a trend that can do both. The most significant boot trend this season also happens to feature a fundamental stylistic tip. Knee-high boots that were sleek, not sloppy, were seen on everyone from Thebe Magugu to Tom Ford and were generally styled with an exposed leg. This implies that your dresses and skirts will be in heavy rotation thanks to the boot trend come fall. The most fantastic way to show off these knee-high boots is via exposed flesh, whether it's a bare leg or stems wrapped in quirky printed tights, and that's it.
Loose Fit Denim
Although skinny jeans will always have a special place in our hearts, looser types such as mom jeans, flares, bootcuts, and boyfriend jeans are the way to go for fall 2021. Mom jeans, loose straight-leg cuts, and cross-front waists for a quirky accent are the most popular silhouettes. Wear a slim-fit tee with a fitted jacket, cropped sweater, or delicate blouse tucked in to balance off the other clothes on the bottom.
This trend began in 2020 and is still going strong in the Fall 2021 trends. Rather than plain monochrome cashmere, fashions with texture and detailing, as well as an oversize fit, are the most popular. In this warm season, pair it with some loose-fit jeans and nothing below (besides a bra, if desired). You may layer your vests over shirt dresses, button-downs, turtlenecks, and even another sweater if the weather cools.
Snake designs, checkerboard, zebra stripes, and bright florals are all over the place in jeans and pants. These incarnations, unlike the floating wide-leg models you may wear in the summer, are made of much heavier, more structured fabrics like denim, corduroy, or wool and have a more tailored fit. Pair them with other colorful prints for a fun look, or keep it simple and let them stand out under a plain black, white, or grey sweater.
Whether you like summer or are counting down the days until winter, one thing is for sure about fall fashion: it is the best of the year!
Fall fashion is an all-around joy of an experience—from the textures to the detail to the deep, dreamy colors, and we can finally say that it's here for 2021.
It's time to put our tank tops and jean shorts away and dive deeply into our heaps of warm knits, the nicest coats, and the most eye-catching pieces we'll wear all year. Follow these fantastic fall fashion trends and ace your look this season! Check out our Instagram account for more updates, and don’t forget to visit our website!
Author: Sara Kamran