Tuesday, 06 September 2022
The Dressing Well Blog

Top 10 Fall Fashion Trends to Elevate Your Seasonal Style

For most style enthusiasts (including us!), September represents the start of the real new year. Even with a few more weeks until the official start of fall, there's something about Labor Day weekend that shifts our mindsets and our wardrobes.

In this month’s blog we share our own Top Ten Picks for Fall. We hope a few of these ideas resonate with you and inspire your own everyday style with ease and confidence. Enjoy!

#1 Barbiecore Pink
A new name for a fabulous shade of pink not often celebrated in fall. Hues of hot and bubblegum pink make your transitional wardrobe come alive!


#2 Shoulder Pad T-Shirts
Give your t-shirt collection a more sophisticated vibe as we head towards cooler weather with this bold shape.


#3 Paper Bag Pant
High waisted with a built-in tie waist, this silhouette gives instant waist definition and high style as we all jump back into our pants!


#4 The Croissant Bag
Halfway between a cross body bag and a small tote, it pairs well with many types of outfits while offering a fresh vibe and modern mood.


#5 Tuxedo Stripes
These sophisticated stripes build strong, slimming lines into suits, jackets and trousers.


#6 Textured Sweaters
Textured knit sweaters will keep you warm and cozy while adding a fun and whimsical vibe.


#7 Slip-On Loafers
Loafers are the perfect transitional shoe for work and play. This season, slip into them for optimal function and style.


#8 Little Black Dress
It returns as the belle of the after-5 ball again, with new shapes and embellishments suitable for all!


#9 Brooches
Pin them to backpacks for ’70s retro style. Attach them to coats, blazers, dresses, sweaters and even belts for chic and elegant flair.


#10 Trench with a Twist
Breathe new life into your transitional coat collection with unexpected details on this traditional and essential wardrobe staple.


Last Word: It’s true that trends come and go, but keeping an eye on your wardrobe needs never goes out of style! Let us help you keep things fresh and relevant with a home closet consultation or shopping trip to refresh styles that will compliment your body, day-to-day activities (and your wallet!). Virtual and in-person services are available and we’d love to boost your confidence by helping you step into fall with your best foot (bootie, loafer, dressy sneaker) forward! We are here to help. Email us to set up a complimentary connect call so we can learn more about you and your style and recommend just the right approach for you.


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