Ok so I know looking at the runways to figure out what will be in style is a daunting task for many. This stuff is not really ready-to-wear. It is meant to inspire you. As an average consumer it can be really overwhelming to try to figure out what trends you want to try based on runway looks alone. You want pieces that are easy to wear without being boring. Some people love trying adventurous trends and some people like more of an everyday trendy look. So going off runway looks alone might seem like an impossible way to discover the trends you’d like to try.
Enter your favorite fashion blogger. Hey friends! I come to you today to help you figure out what you just saw in my last post. I’ll talk to you about the most wearable trends, plus how to wear them, and also which ones you will be seeing me rock. And yes you better believe you can find many of these things at the thrift store! If you want to know how you too can rock these trends, just keep reading.
Let’s first just talk about which ones I think are the most wearable. The easiest to put together or find. I have picked 5 trends that I think anyone can wear and make their own. These trends have many variations that would fit lots of different styles so that is a big part of what makes them more wearable.
1. Dark Florals
Well if you’ve been around for any length of time on my blog, you would not be a bit surprised that I’m bringing up florals. I just love florals. Especially in this case because they are super wearable. You can rock a dress, a blouse, pants, even a floral tee and make this trend work for you!
This season is about dark florals so keep an eye out for black or deep colored backgrounds to really be on trend. Burgundy was big on the runways so that would be a great color to keep an eye out for. Florals are definitely an easy find at thrift stores so that’s a major bonus.
I will be on the thrift hunt for some vintage florals. My main focus is to find a vintage floral robe to wear as a kimono. I can picture it already!
2. Boxy Silhouettes
Don’t shy away from these types of pieces just because you think it will look terrible on you! If you feel you have a boxy frame in the first place or just that your frame isn’t suited for it, toss on a form fitting dress under that boxy menswear inspired blazer to give your body more shape.
Wide belts were also all over the runway so try belting your natural waist which is the smallest part of your body. Instant curves. You could find a blazer or trousers, a denim jacket, or even a satin sleepwear top that have this boyish silhouette to give this trend a try.
I could see a boxy denim jacket over a cool band tee you have tied up in front for a more casual or cool girl kind of look. Try a blazer over a fitted top with a Victorian neckline since those were also popular on the runway, for more of a feminine look.
Whatever you decide to try to make this fit your own style, I recommend wearing something that is somewhat form fitting underneath so your body won’t lose its shape.
3. Sheer Layering Pieces
I’m really into this trend, definitely will be one to try for me. My favorite is the sheer turtleneck. I plan to wear it under an oversized sweater with a deep neckline that will really show off the turtleneck. Oversized sweaters were another trend on the runways that I will most certainly be wearing. If I weren’t super pregnant I would totally rock it under one of those boxy blazers.
This trend doesn’t have to be an entire sheer top though. You could find something that has sheer paneling to make this work for you as well. A perfect example is a really cool jacket with some sheer panel cutouts that would look bomb with jeans and a cami.
It would also look cool to do a long sleeve sheer top underneath an oversized tee. You could wear some really cool shoes like some embroidered sock boots to add some more interest to your outfit.
4. Pale Pink
Ok so maybe not EVERYBODY would be into this trend since not everyone likes pink. But there are ways to wear it that can fit with many different styles. It doesn’t necessarily have to be for feminine outfits.
You could find a really great moto jacket in this color or a ripped up baggy tee. I personally am a fan of pale pink. This is another trend you most certainly will see me in. I actually have this awesome pink satin jacket I found a couple months ago that I can’t wait to wear this fall. A calf length skirt in this color would be another great way to incorporate two big trends into your fall wardrobe.
5. Pant Suits
Pant suits don’t have to be strictly office wear. Especially with this season’s boxy trend. It would be super easy to toss on a really cool graphic tee with an oversized pant suit for a great look. I kind of mentioned this earlier but just with a blazer; I think a sheer top would be amazing under a more fitted pant suit. Button up the jacket so you have just a little skin peek out. Very sexy. Turtlenecks are also very in for fall so that would be a super easy pairing. I would try it with a patterned pant suit. You can also get them as separates to wear as a pant suit. Thrift stores are a great place to find some gems!
Those are the 5 more wearable trends I found for everyday wear. There are a few other trends I personally am excited to try that I totally think you should try too! The gold trend I am particularly excited about because I found this gold jacket a while back for only $8 at the thrift store that I am so excited to style for fall!
I also love fur, well faux fur. And vintage. So the fur trend is another one I sure will be partaking in. The fringe and metallics are 2 others I’m stoked to thrift hunt for. You can always find those gems and they’re usually pretty amazing.
I can’t wait to see what you guys decide to incorporate into your fall wardrobes so please let me know down below and on social media! As always thanks for reading, if you’re not already and you would like to be follow my social media down below. Feel free to share this post with your buds, see ya next time. ☺
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