1. Bold chokers
We have all seen people wear chokers and probably worn them ourselves, but this nineties accessory will be even more widespread by fall. The bigger, the better.
2. Off the shoulders & one-arm tops
This may seem a little odd for fall, but with long sleeves, you won’t get chilly easily.It also gives that little extra to your outfit.
3. Floral Print
Fall florals Dresses and tops with a dark colour and a floral print are a big yes! They look great now with some sandals but they could also be rocked with some ankle boots when it gets colder.
4. Big sweaters
This is without a doubt something everybody likes to wear when the temperatures drop, but jersey sweaters that seem like they are a size too big are making their way to the catwalk.
5. Plain white tees
This may seem odd but a dress with a deep cutout will look great with a white t-shirt. Another reason why this is great is that it’s less cold than a regular dress.
6. Statement fur
A fur coat in a bold colour or with a striking print is great for when it gets a little colder but you still want to be in style. While this may seem cruel and very expensive, there is always a faux-fur option.
Think like a renaissance woman and put on a velvet dress! Or just use the amazing fabric as an accessory such as a clutch or a shoe.
8. Dusty pink and yellow
While these colours may seem very bright for fall, the combination was a big hit on the runway. It’s very refreshing to see such bright colours in fall, instead of the usual darker shades.
9. Reconstructed denim Denim jeans, dresses and shirts
that look as if they were made from multiple types of denim have that little bit of a grunge look but will still match nearly everything.
10. Mini skirt suits
If you inner Cher Horowitz isn’t literally screaming right now, I don’t know what more you want. A plaid skirt with a matching jacket was a big hit on the runway and I truly hope they make their way into our daily wardrobe.