It may be difficult to believe, but fall is officially here. Arguably the best season (Pumpkins! Hallowe'en! Sweater weather!), we're more than ready to ditch our sandals for boots and our Frappuccino's for pumpkin spice lattes.
Another element of fall that we're excited about are the new fashion trends to try this autumn. Compared with summer, which is all about keeping cool, fall fashion is warm, cozy, and an exercise in effortless layering. Textured knits and romantic prints instantly invoke an autumnal mood, and occasion dressing comes back in full swing.
Read on to learn about our 5 favorite fall/winter 2023 fashion trends!
This year we expect more out of what we purchase. We're craving dresses that work beyond a single event or time of day. Our favorite versatile dresses for fall feature relaxed silhouettes, adjustable details, and neutral, go-with-anything color palettes. A quick change of shoe or the addition of a vintage belt creates a totally different look.
Flannery Maxi Dress, $80
Bailey Shirtdress, $72
With the return of sweater weather, we're leaning on cozy knits in bold patterns to elevate our everyday looks. Classic block prints and multi-colored stripes add a bohemian feel, taking the timeless tee + denim combination from basic to polished.
Vail Belted Cardigan, $114
Ozzy Space Dyed Cardigan, $122
Florals aren't limited to spring and summer. The new batch of florals for fall and winter are dreamy, a little gothic, and effortlessly romantic. Saturated, autumnal color palettes come together with vintage-inspired florals in distinctly bohemian silhouettes, creating some of the most coveted styles of the season.
Gemini Floral Jacket, $122
Melrose Mini Dress, $80
This fall and winter we're leaning on our tops to dial up the romance. Whether for holiday parties or a night out on the town, delicate details make all the difference. Some of our favorite styles feature ethereal chiffon, pretty embroidery, and effortless draping.
Nellie Sheer Blouse, $60
Greta Blouse, $62
Iona Tie Front Top, $60
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The new professional wardrobe is anything but serious. We love a subtle nod to menswear blended with feminine touches. And while we're happy to add these pieces to our workwear rotation, we're equally happy to incorporate them into our everyday looks. A blazer will add polish for the office but can be made effortlessly cool for the weekend with a wide leg jean and a short sleeve tee.