It’s Never Too Early to Think Ahead: Fall Trends

When I heard this fall’s trends being described by Harper’s Bazaar as “granny chic,” I honestly got scared. But as I scanned through photos from fashion week and read some details, I understood and I like it! I think it’s great for a young woman 25+. There’s a lot of structure and sophistication in store for fall that will trickle down across the masses.

As usual, red and other warm tones, flannel, cable knit, and plaid come back for the colder seasons.

Donna Karan

Michael Kors

Fur accents, leather and animal prints remain timeless and will be a go-to for autumn. The contrasting textures make a bold statement when they’re layered, even if the look is monochromatic.

Rag & Bone

All white everything,-yes, even after Labor Day-brings that clean, polished appeal. AND it’s easy to accessorize.

J. Mendel

Chris Benz

I’m not a huge fan of shawls [yet] or embroidery, or jacquard, but they are bound to be popular this coming season.

Marc Jacobs

What do you think of autumn’s chic “granny” style? Will you be purchasing some of these renewed classic pieces to refresh you wardrobe?

Burberry

Elle magazine’s top picks for the fall: http://www.elle.com/fashion/trend-reports/fall-2012-fashion-trends#slide-1

Check out more photos from the runway. You’ll see more and more of these styles online and in stores as the season approaches: http://www.harpersbazaar.com/fashion/fashion-articles/top-fall-2012-trends-new-york#slide-1

I love that a lot of these pieces and looks are timeless so they won’t go out of style come fall 2013 or years to come. So if you’re in need of a wardrobe refresher, don’t be afraid to invest in some of these solid pieces. Happy shopping!

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