Are you ready for the fall 2015?If you want to keep it simple, black and white are always a good idea! Check out our suggestions and get inspired by the fall fashion trends.
Simple and stylish, chunky knits might seem pedestrian but we saw them all over the catwalk, including at Altuzarra and Prabal Gurung. The low-maintenance trend looks great with your favourite pair of jeans or paired with a sexy side slit pencil skirt. Add an additional topper like a gilet or a cocoon coat for a chic and polished fall ensemble.
This ’70s trend has been around for several consecutive seasons, proving its versatility. Fall 2015 saw the wide-leg cropped pants in heavier fabrics like wool, tweed and leather. It’s an easy silhouette to master and the exaggerated legs means it’s likely to be comfortable. An easy way to create a balanced shape is to pair them with a slightly fitted top and add a heeled bootie for those milder fall days.
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This is a trend all Canadians can get behind. Both minimalist and ornate puffer coats were seen on the runways of Fendi and Rag & Bone. Given the frigid temperatures, you probably already own one. If not, there’s no shortage of trendy utilitarian puffer coats you can pick up in time for the cold weather. Mix it up by wearing the athletic coat with a knit skirt and thigh high boots.
Plaid is back again for fall and despite its bold demeanour, the classic print is easy to style. A pair of plaid trousers teams well with a solid black turtleneck or a slouchy knit in a neutral colour. Alternatively, seek out a plaid pencil skirt that’s perfect for the office. Double plaid is made easy with a matching trouser and blazer set.
Turtlenecks have seen a revival and the newest way to wear it is under a dress. Another on-trend option is to attempt a sleek monochromatic look by pairing greys in different textures and tones.