Instead of spending big bucks on new clothing for fall, incorporate these key trends and restyle the items you already own to stay on trend for less.
Embroider your wardrobe
For this autumn, romantic rose floral prints that can be embroidered on different types of clothing are one of the biggest upcoming trends—and you’ll find pieces at every price range, says Perry Tabora, a Manila-based stylist. You can take a DIY approach or seek out layering garments, such as this mesh dress from Forever 21. Here are the 51 fashion tips stylists want you to know.
Although the U.S. presidential election is long over, pantsuits are here to stay. Tabora says pantsuits will stay on trend into the fall, where women can power-dress at the office or wear pantsuits for a morning formal wedding or event. Pantsuits, like this one from Tahari ASL, also can work as separates and are easy to add some bulk to an outfit once it gets cooler outside.
We should all be feminists
Fashion wants you to get political, or at least throw on a T-shirt with a slogan this season. A T-shirt is one of the easiest garments to wear when it’s chilly in the morning and warm in the afternoon. Tabora says incorporating slogans with chic outfits are the easiest way to stay on trend and “literally make a statement but still be fashionable.” We love this “I am woman” T-shirt from ASOS. Are you a fashion minimalist? Here’s how to create the ultimate capsule wardrobe.
Basic, understated dresses in chic bright red is another one of the big trends for fall, says Tabora. The color popped up all over the spring runways and on the red carpet at award shows, but with some extra sparkle, like the statement sleeves on this Target dress. If you already own a simple red dress, check out these genius ways to transition summer clothes to fall for some more ideas.