A new season is upon us, and it’s already giving us new fashion trends! As we overcome the Mississippi heat, we now can focus on cooler weather and fun fall clothing.
The fall transition is one of my favorites. It’s the perfect time to combine pieces you wouldn’t necessarily put together any other time of year.
Here are my top three eye-catching trends to watch for this 2023 fall/winter season.
Layers are the key to fall — period. They’re practical, allowing you to easily adjust your look to the temperature, and they give your outfit personality.
One of the many ways I like to layer is with a long silk skirt, maybe in a playful color, and pair it with a cardigan or sweater for added texture. Boots are the perfect footwear choice for this ensemble.
I also love to mix sheer and knit. It’s really the best of both worlds and the greatest outfit choice for breezy, hot fall days. This season, try layering pieces that are already in your closet and let them shine in a new way — reduce, reuse, restyle!
You may think the fall calls for oranges and neutrals, and indeed, you’re right. But this fall/ winter season, a new color is predicted to take over. Believe it or not, red is heralded as this fall’s “it-girl” shade.
Red has always had a reputation for turning heads and conveying passion and power. This season, you can expect to see it everywhere, which has me very excited. Red is a very energizing hue and a perfect one to give your fall wardrobe some extra oomph.
3. CHUNKY/OVERSIZED JEWELRY
And finally, my favorite fall trend. It’s not even as much a trend as an everyday classic: chunky/ oversized earrings for the win! The best part about styling fall outfits is the accessories you pair with them.
You can turn a basic outfit into a showstopper with the right embellishments. I adore a chunky hoop, or even a chunky abstract piece of jewelry. Thick, oversized pieces are also so fun to just have in your collection. You can pair them with a simple shirt and trouser or a beautiful gown. Either way, make sure to put this staple on your fall shopping list.