Fall is here, and while some will certainly be a little sad about having to trade sunshine and light clothes for heavier and cozier options, fashionistas will certainly be happy to welcome the new fall fashions into their wardrobes.
In fact, these is something for almost everyone when it comes to fall fashion this season, as both designer and lower end brands are bringing out eclectic collections which should pleasure everyday women as well as fashion-forward vixens.
For instance, if you are one of those people who will be missing the lighter and brighter tones of spring/summer collections, there are certainly some good news for you, as pastels and neon colors will be transitioning from the barely dare fabrics of warmer seasons into fall and winterâ€™s must-have heavy knits, as demonstrated by notorious fashion bloggers, who are increasingly becoming the main source of fashion inspiration for women of all ages.
But itâ€™s not just colored knit thatâ€™s in fashion this fall. This seasonâ€™s trends seem to be all about being cozy, and knits are the very definition of warm and cozy, so they are of the utmost must-have for daily life fashion divas. If these knitted pieces feature Nordic elements like those displayed at Tommy Hilfiger and Burberryâ€™s Fall/Winter shows, they will be instant winners on the fashion stage, making an outfit effortlessly stylish.
As for those who like daring fashions which will literally stop traffic, fur is the way to go this fall. The classic trend is taken to new heights this year, with everything from simple fur lapels to fully lined hoods and whole fur coats gracing the catwalk at Fendi, Lanvin and Dolce & Gabbana during Milanâ€™s fashion week making for the ideal fashion inspiration for women in Europe, and giving away the key for fashionistas overseas to effortlessly copy European inspired fall fashion.
On the flipside, being a cowgirl will also be very inâ€™ this season. Everything from tall hats, to plaid shirts and full-on jean outfits has transitioned from previous seasons, and will still very trendy this coming season. Plaid, in particular, will be the must-have of patterns, whether it is on a shirt, a skirt or even a trendy piece of outerwear like the wrap coats and capes which were ever-present at last yearâ€™s catwalk shows from Marc Jacobs to Kate Spade.
Now when it comes to shoes, comfort is really the keyword this season, with fashion inspiration for women coming from street style and sportswear as well as menswear. Boots are a fall/winter essential, as always, and theyâ€™ll be more fashionable if they are knee-high, in keeping with a slight 60s inspiration which seems to have struck for the season. However, oxford boots, and more surprisingly sneakers were the biggest attractions of the designer catwalks at the worldâ€™s most prominent fashion weeks, giving an unusual younger and lighter edge to outfits worn by models at the Chanel, Marc by Marc Jacobs and DKNY fall fashion shows.
All in all, there are a lot of great and different looks this season which translate beautifully into everyday life, giving excellent fall fashion inspiration for women of all ages and styles to take something from to complete their wardrobe.