TOP Fall 2019 Trends: Straight from the Runway

If you’re into fashion (but are not at the shows), receiving updates can be just as exciting. Hence NYFW 2019 shined bright with a lot of layered textures and fabrics for F/W 2019/20. Now that we are beginning to start to think about the fall season slightly, let’s get right into it. Many of these top trends carried over from Spring 2019, but they work wonders for fall. Plenty of design elements showed beautiful creativity: every shade of purple, feathers, satin, silk, and tiny bags. It’s a bit of a mixture of the ’70s 80, and ’90s, but this is what makes it fun. According to, these were some of the top trends.

Jacquemus, Chloe, Givenchy

Get ready for tiny bags, but they carry big on style. A small, structured form is the statement bag of the season. To stay trending, we recommend combining two handbag looks by choosing snake print or croc-embossed leather, which are also popular.” Designers like Salvatore Ferragamo, Chloé, and more can provide a little inspiration.

7 Shades of Purple
If 2018 was all about Millennial pink, everything is coming up purple this fall. As seen at Rodarte and Tom Ford, the orchid hue is all the rage. I love to mix my purple with black, but you can opt for an all-over color ( monochromatic looks at Balenciaga and Jacquemus were featured), or you can efficiently work in a touch of lavender with your accessories.

Tom Ford, Rodarte, Cushnie

Dries Van Noten, Christian Siriano, Michael Kors

Every Woman Should Wear a Cape

One of the strongest outerwear silhouettes to come out of the Fall 2019 collections was the cape. It will be big this fall. Chanel gave the cape the tweed aesthetic, Marc Jacobs showed one in Leopard, and Hedi Slimane’s second collection for Celine made the best in basic. There are so many variations that prove the heroic cut works for every occasion.

Celine, Burberry, Oscar de la Renta


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