Your Complete Guide For Fall 2019 Top Trends

Even though summer is just arriving, fashion never stops. The fall runways shows have made their final decision and the 70’s and the 90’s are back. But wait so are the 80’s. Basically three of our favorite decades all jumbled together creating this falls fashion trends.

Top fashion designers such as Gucci, Tom Ford, Channel and many more have declared power shoulders and itsy-bitsy bags from a item of the past to a must-have accessory of our future.

Here is a peak into what you can expect to be seeing this fall in terms of new fads, trends and styles.

Millennial Purple

Millennial purple or pink seems to be appropriate, as it seems to be the most overused color trend in marketing. So designers decided to bring it off screens and hair and make it part of our actual wardrobe. Designers played literally with the thousands of unique hues of millennial purple and pink. The question is what will be your hue this fall?

Millennial-Purple

From left to right: Designers Dries Van Noten, Christian Siriano and Michael Kors

The superhero cape

Maybe top designers such as Channel, Marc Jacobs and Heidi Slimmane have been watching too many “Marvel movies” this last year. The cape was one the strongest outerwear trends to grace the 2019 fall runway shows. Stylists played with different fabrics such as tweed, faux fur and velvet to create their heroic cuts.

superhero-cape

Designers from left to right: Celine, Burberry and Oscar de la Renta

Feather me pretty

Instead of fur weighing down your style, designers have opted for a lightweight texture – feathers. From hats to shoes we saw whimsical feathers just about everywhere. Valentino delicately placed feathers the hemline of their dresses for a soft breezy vibe.

Feather-me-pretty

From left to right designers: Prabal Gurung, Proenza Schouler and Sies Marjan

An cinched waist suit

Designers seemed have agreed on one thing this year, the cinched styled suit. The key to this look is all about the belt. Get ready to follow this years fall runway show by nipping your waist of all of your suit jackets with a belt. Jackets weren’t the only items being cinched also oversized sweater or T-shirts.

An-cinched-waist-suit

Designers in clockwise dirrection: Tibi, Marni and Prada

Hello satin

Pull out your steaming iron, because you are going to be using it this fall because satin is back. Versace bought back the 90’s slip dress but with updated neon hues. Christopher Kane jumped on the satin bandwagon by taking the satin dress shirt out of the office.

Hello-satin

From left to right: Designers Christopher Kane, Versace and Giorgio Armani

Asymmetrical necklines

Off-the-shoulder styles have been big the last few seasons but this fall expect to see slashed over-exaggerated asymmetrical cuts. Carolina Herrera embodied this style with her slouchy, lopsided dress that gave off whole lot of attitude and “I don’t care attitude.”

Asymmetrical-necklines

From left to right: Designers Cushine, Kate Spade New York and Self-Portrait

Itsy bitsy bags

You that the micro clutch was small, then you are in for a surprise. Part of the charm of this fall teeny tiny bags is the complete absurdity of them, some styles only big enough to carry your air pods.

Itsy-bitsy-bags

From left to right: Designers Salvatore Ferragamo, Alexander McQueen and Brandon Maxwell

Statement Hats

We had statement T-shirts and leggings last year and this fall we will be beckoning statement hats. Designers must have bored because they created all sorts of wacky hats. From bucket hats to beanies or animal shaped toppers.

Statement-Hats

From left to right: Designers Loewe, Gucci and Tom Ford

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