The beloved Fall season is making its way to an end, leaving stores fun of discounted pieces from the previous season and magazines chock-full of new style inspiration and clothing pieces headed our way in the coming months.
The first trend spotted all over during New York Fashion Week that has slowly found its way into stores is patch work denim! Whether it’s on jeans or jackets it is definitely a trend that is bold and out there. The piece can instantly transform an outfit and is an easy way to add a funky and original touch. Jackets of all sorts were very popular amongst stores Fall clothing lines. The main piece that has been noticed still topping models and being sold in our everyday stores are bomber jackets. With a wide range of color, length, and style you are sure to find one that is perfect for you. Denim in general is huge yet again this season. Distressed, patched, and flare jeans have been seen everywhere. Along with this denim trend I have seen quite a few denim skirts form then Summer months being transferred into these colder months. Turtle necks seem to be sticking around and are put of the huge craze over 80’s and 90’s fashion. Eras in general seem to be sticking around too; the fashion world and designers can not stop eating up the idea of turning old into new! Hey, I’m all for it! As far as accessorizing goes, fringe anything, chokers, and capes have been featured in every recent magazine spread.
Check out my take on these early Winter trends!-
Outfit Details- top: Hollister, jeans: Old Navy (DIY patching), flats: Old Navy
Outfit Details- bomber jacket: TJ Maxx, dress: Old Navy, choker: Forever 21, shoes: Vans
Outfit Details- turtle neck: Old Navy, jeans: Gap, socks: Kohls, booties: TJ Maxx
Outfit Details- jeans: Gap, turtle neck: Hollister, cardigan: Hollister/TJ Maxx, booties: Old Navy
Well that is it for my early Winter outfit and trend report! I would be happy to do another once we are in the midst of Winter if you all are interested. If you would like me to recreate any outfits or have any ideas please leave them below. Have a great day, ladies. Hope you enjoyed! With love, McKenz.