Hey guys! I know summer hasn’t even started for most of us, but here I am making a post about what’s going to be trending next fall/winter! I feel like this year there wasn’t a really big gap between the fashion weeks for spring/summer and the fall/winter fashion.
Here are the top trends I saw from the Fall 2018 Ready to Wear fashion weeks:
1. Turtlenecks/Polo Necks
This is one trend I saw from a lot of brands. Layering short sleeve tops or tops with deep necks with turtlenecks/polo necks looks so chic in my opinion. I love how it brings sophistication to an outfit. I also love layering turtleneck tops with strapless/spaghetti strap dresses. Overall, I think this is one of the major trends we will be seeing next fall!
2. Puffy Jackets
Puffy jackets have already been seen a lot this fall/winter season. It was also seen a lot by almost every brand during the showcasing of these collections. I love the aesthetic of puffy jackets paired with a more sophisticated outfit underneath. They also actually keep you warm in the winter and are very comfortable to wear 😀 .
3. Check Print
I’ve recently talked about my love for this trend in a “my favorite things” post, and I can’t tell you how much I love this check print! It’s so chic and trendy and I saw it everywhere while looking at all the Fall 2018 Ready to Wear Collections. I can’t wait to see how different people end up styling it next fall.
Last but not least, dresses and skirts were another major trend I saw for fall 2018. I personally am not really used to wearing dresses and skirts during the winter time because it gets so cold and I don’t like to freeze lol. This is probably going to change by next fall as we are going to see more an more girls wearing dresses/skirts during the winter season. Although I’m looking forward to seeing this, I don’t think I would want to join that bandwagon!
Some other trends I noticed were the use of shoulder pads and bright colors! That’s it for the major trends I saw for the Fall 2018 Ready to Wear collections. I hope you enjoyed 🙂
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